Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Transformation Officer
Moorestown, New Jersey, USA
Tarun Kapoor, MD, MBA, is the Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Transformation Officer for Virtua. He oversees Virtua Health’s Digital Transformation Office, which works across the organization to accelerate adoption of new digital consumer experiences and digital care models. Additionally, he is responsible for looking at emerging digital strategies that can create value for Virtua and the community it serves. Dr Kapoor was most recently the president of Virtua Health’s first generation clinically-integrated network, created collaboratively by Virtua, Virtua Medical Group (VMG) and independent physician practices.
Previously, Dr Kapoor was the senior vice president and chief medical officer for VMG, a 900+ clinician multi-specialty medical practice. In addition, he worked with Virtua’s Medical Informatics team, helping to develop and implement its inpatient electronic medical record, including full deployment of CPOE and electronic medication reconciliation. Prior to joining Virtua, Dr. Kapoor was Regional Director for EmCare’s Mid-Atlantic Hospitalist Division. Dr Kapoor developed 16 inpatient care programs for Clinical Staffing Solutions, which was subsequently acquired by EmCare. Dr Kapoor trained in Internal Medicine at The George Washington University Hospital, where he stayed on an extra year to serve as Chief Resident and Clinical Instructor. He obtained his medical degree from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson, his undergraduate degree in Government and Chemistry from Cornell University, and his executive Master of Business Administration from the Temple Fox School of Business.