Ken Mackley is the new director of information technology at Cuyuna Regional Medical (CRMC) in Crosby.
Mackley has more than 20 years of healthcare information technology experience. He started his career in information technology at St. Joseph’s Area Health Services in Park Rapids as the data processing coordinator.
The hospital was purchased by Catholic Health Initiatives and Mackley’s most recent role there was as regional chief information officer. He was responsible for 13 critical access hospitals and two care centers in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Most of Mackley’s healthcare experience came as the information technology manager at the hospital in Park Rapids, where he has lived for 24 years.
Mackley is a Deer River High School graduate and has a four-year degree in computer science from Bemidji State University.