Klimkosky Named Chief Information Officer of Bethesda

For Immediate Release

Watertown, Wis. (Jan. 16, 2017) – Bethesda Lutheran Communities has appointed Mike Klimkosky as Chief Information Officer. He will oversee the organization’s Information Technology Department and Program Management Office. These teams are responsible for providing tools that support Bethesda’s business operations and technology strategy.

“Mike will bring his history of creating solutions for home care markets to the table at Bethesda,” said Mike Thirtle, Bethesda’s President and CEO. “He will strengthen our mission to support people with disabilities through services that share the good news of Jesus Christ.”

Klimkosky has a vast history of improving and developing systems that ensure organizational quality and excellence at technology and healthcare delivery organizations such as Connecture, McKesson Health Solutions and ProHealth Care.

“I’m excited to work with great people at Bethesda who are supportive of each other and collectively work to move our mission forward,” Klimkosky said. “Technology and information are an important part of Bethesda’s work with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The potential is very gratifying.”

Klimkosky holds a bachelor’s degree in computer systems from Chapman University in Orange, California. He also has a master’s degree in business administration and management from St. Mary’s College of California in Moraga, California.

Bethesda is a national Christian organization, providing homes and other services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We help people live the lives they want through more than 300 programs across the country. 



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