John H. Daniels is Global Vice President of the Healthcare Advisory Services Group for HIMSS Analytics at HIMSS, a global, cause-based, not-for-profit organization focused on better health through information technology (IT).
Daniels has focused his experience in hospital administration and healthcare information technology. In his current role, Daniels leads HIMSS Analytics’ global healthcare advisory services team providing maturity model related products and services to healthcare provider organizations and government health authorities around the world, including HIMSS Analytics EMR Adoption Model assessment and validation activities.
Daniels currently serves on the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Board of Governors Examination Review Course faculty, and he has served as Adjunct Professor for the graduate program in health administration at Pfeiffer University and as a guest lecturer for Boston University teaching others about health IT issues and trends.
Before joining HIMSS Analytics, Daniels served as Vice President of Strategic Relations for HIMSS North America, and previously served as Senior VP and CIO at Evolvent Technologies, Inc., during which time Daniels was elected to the HIMSS Board of Directors where he served in both the Vice Chair and Financial Director positions. Additionally, Daniels served as CIO at the U.S. Air Force Academy Hospital, Vice President of IT Operations for Harris County Hospital District, and in other healthcare positions throughout his career.
Daniels holds a BS degree in Computer Science from West Texas A&M University, a MS degree in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan University, and a graduate certificate in Nonprofit Management from American Public University. He is a HIMSS and ACHE Fellow.