Justin Lahullier joined Delta Dental of New Jersey in early 2000, has held several key positions in areas including Compliance, Product Development, Strategic Planning, and Informatics. He was previously Assistant Vice President of Strategic Decision Support and Data Services where his focus was on driving value using analytics, data visualization, and storytelling. He was promoted to Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Services in April of 2017.
Justin’s current focus is on driving value from all areas of IT to the business and external partners with a focus on optimizing IT delivery and support. Key successes include partnering with the business to deliver outcomes aligned with corporate strategy while providing leadership and governance to critical strategic and technical initiatives. Current initiatives include Hi-Trust compliance, improving customer experience and leveraging data and analytics with a focus on driving efficiencies, reducing risk and enabling the business. Justin also has launched the company’s first IT focused 18-month professional development program dubbed “CIO University.”
The mission of Delta Dental of NJ/CT’s IT department is to delivers value by providing innovative, cost-effective technology, security and analytic services that are strategically aligned with business goals and objectives, while delivering excellence in customer service. The IT Motto at Delta Dental of NJ/CT is “Be The Business”
Outside Delta Justin is a 23-year veteran and past Chief of the East Rutherford Fire Department. A former Chief of the East Rutherford Fire Department, Lahullier also serves as a appointee by the Bergen County Freeholders to a seat on the Public Safety and Communications Advisory Board.
Lahullier holds a master’s in Health Care Administration from Monmouth University and a Post Graduate Certificate from Drexel University in Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
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