BayCare Names Breanda Goralski New Vice President, Applications

January 09, 2024
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Breanda Goralski is BayCare's new vice president, applications, effective Jan. 8.


BayCare announced that it has named Breanda Goralski as its new vice president, applications, effective immediately. Goralski joined BayCare in 2003, and has served as director of financial, administrative & revenue cycle applications since 2018. She will report to Chief Information Officer William Walders.

In her new role, Goralski will develop and maintain software applications, and work with key leaders and departments to provide clinical, financial and administrative operations support. She will also identify solutions for evolving patient care, business intelligence and research. 

“Breanda’s remarkable 21-year journey at BayCare has been marked with unwavering dedication, outstanding performance, a profound sense of responsibility and a steadfast commitment to our core values,” said William Walders, BayCare’s chief information officer. “I am excited to see her step into this executive role.”

As BayCare’s director of financial, administrative & revenue cycle applications, Goralski managed a $26 million IT operational budget, and maintained over 170 revenue cycle, financial and administrative applications. She also led the multi-million-dollar implementation of industry-leading registration and scheduling systems for the health system. From 2016–2018, Goralski served as manager of financial/administrative applications, where she led a team of 15 analysts and supervisors to implement, maintain and support 70 applications across multiple service lines including finance, supply chain and team resources. Goralski also held several analyst roles in BayCare, including senior systems analyst (2008–2016), systems analyst (2006–2008) and team resources systems analyst (2003–2006).

“It’s been an honor and a privilege to be part of the BayCare family for the last two decades,” said Goralski. “I look forward to serving the organization in this new capacity and continuing to support BayCare’s mission through technology advancement, innovation and a commitment to quality.”

Goralski holds a Bachelor of Science in management information systems (MIS) from the University of South Florida in Tampa. 

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