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Lisa Pettigrew
Lisa Pettigrew
General Manager for America's Healthcare and Life Sciences
LOCATION: United States
Lisa is CSC’s General Manager for Americas Healthcare and Life Sciences, leading a team of more than 100 people. The team is supported by an extended delivery network of thousands of staff in the United States and other locations serving some of the most prestigious healthcare and life sciences organizations in the world.

Lisa promotes CSC’s strategy: New Models of Care Need New Models of IT, and in 2016 launched Chronic Care Management services for health systems and physicians that provide coordinated care from CSC’s newly established Patient Outreach Center in Pittsburgh, PA.

Prior to this role, Lisa led CSC’s Global Industry Strategy for Healthcare, leading a small team of global strategists to launch new solutions, forge new alliances and enter new markets. Lisa joined CSC in 2009 to establish CSC’s Australian healthcare practice and grew the market presence significantly in under 2 years based on CSC’s strength as the world’s largest health systems implementer. She was involved in managing the global acquisition of the Australian-based iSOFT healthcare software company in 2011.

Lisa is a member of the U.S. Women Business Leaders (WBL) in Healthcare Forum and a member of Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia’s global advisory council, and she is on the board of Neuroscience Research Australia. Since 2013, Lisa has been based in Washington, DC. In 2016, Lisa was named as one of the Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT by Health Data Management.




Lisa will be at HIMSS17 in Orlando, FL February 19-23, 2017. Visit her at CSC Booth 2773.


NHS Trafford Co-Ordination Centre - A New Model

NHS Trafford Co-Ordination Centre - A New Model

Healthcare: IT as a Competitive Necessity

A recent survey of digital and business strategy conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by CSC found that healthcare organizations are moving aggressively to adopt digital technologies.

Digital Health: The Next 10 Years

As healthcare begins to shift its focus from episodic, late-disease management, to a long-term health partnership with patients, new models of care will need new models of technology.