Chief Information Officer
Cook County Health
As Cook County Health’s Chief Information Officer, Angela O’Banion leads the strategy and implementation of information technology initiatives for Cook County Health. Cook County Health is one of the leading public health systems in the country, comprised of two acute care hospitals, and a network of community health centers, the Cook County Department of Public Health, Correctional Health Services, and CountyCare, a Medicaid managed care health plan. Ms. O’Banion joined Cook County Health in 2018 as the Executive Enterprise Business Applications Officer, leading digital strategies to support enterprise applications including revenue cycle, patient financial services, scheduling, and registration. Ms. O’Banion has 30 years of technology management and consulting experience in start-up to enterprise companies. Prior to joining Cook County Health, Ms. O’Banion held leadership roles at AFO Technology Group and Level-1 Global Solutions where her health industry clients included the State of Illinois Department of Healthcare & Family Services, the Department of Public Health, and Cook County Health. Previously Ms. O’Banion held technology leadership roles at ABN AMRO Bank, BMO Bank, and Computer Sciences Corporation. She earned her Bachelor’s in Science from Purdue University and her Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.