Diana Bundschuh’s extensive technical and management experience in driving organizational improvements and the implementation of best practices is highlighted by her impressive expertise in strategic planning, project management, policy development, customer relations, process improvement, and much more.
As chief executive officer (CIO) at Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN), Diana’s responsibilities include collaborating with the organization’s executive leadership team to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies. She is also responsible for ensuring that OCHN’s information systems produce the necessary data and information to assure quality outcomes are achieved for people receiving services through the public mental health system.
Prior to joining OCHN, Bundschuh served as Chief Information Officer for Hegira Programs, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan. In this capacity, she was responsible for the information technology team for over 500 users and six sites in Metro Detroit including telecommunications, applications, security, and IT infrastructure.
During her 18 year career as an information system professional, Bundschuh has held a number of important positions to meet the technical needs of the organizations where she was employed, including Easterseals Michigan and the City of Glendale Arizona. In addition to several director and management level appointments, she also served as a managed care software applications analyst and program evaluation analyst at OCHN, where she started her career.
Diana received her Master of Science in Business Information Technology (Cum Laude) from Walsh College and her Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from the University of Michigan.