Endeavor Health Services announces the appointment of David V. Parisi as its new Chief Information Officer; Alfred (Al) DiGrillioni as its new Chief Financial Officer; and Scott Morton as its new Chief Operating Officer.

David has worked at Endeavor Health Services for the past 7 years in various roles, most recently as the Director of Business Intelligence. David has 21 years of experience in information technology, applications, and data experience. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in economics and Master’s Degrees from the University at Buffalo.

Since working at Endeavor in 2013, David developed the agency QI Team, and coordinated PDSA training. Results included the best outcomes of any CCBHC in New York State in 2018. He has served on Value Network CQI/Clinical and Data Analytics Steering Committees. Prior to working at Endeavor, David worked at the Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (MCEER) at UB. While at UB, he led, coordinated and managed all systems analysis and IT projects at MCEER and managed the MCEER IT node. Prior to working at MCEER, David had been a full-time IT project leader, systems analyst, and programmer at Copeland Data Systems (now Copeland Technology Solutions). Responsibilities for the Chief Information Officer include overseeing information technology, business intelligence, data analytics, quality improvement, and EHR system configuration.

Al DiGrillioni is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). He graduated with a degree in Accounting and an MBA from St. John’s University in New York City. He spent several years managing audit and tax clients for one of the Top 4 CPA firms. He has professional experience in leadership roles with public and private companies in industries ranging from healthcare, investments, management services, and manufacturing. Al successfully completed the Family Development Credential program through Cornell University, and was one of the first recipients in the nation to earn this professional credential. He has served in different capacities as a volunteer with several not-for-profit organizations including as the Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center in Queens, New York. Al previously resided in New York City and recently relocated to Buffalo.

Scott Morton has been with Endeavor for 22 years in a variety of roles. He started as an intern in 1998 and most recently has been the Director of Clinical Services since 2016. He spent 9 years as the Director of Chemical Dependency Services at Endeavor.  He has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since December 2010 and graduated from UB with a Masters in Social Work in 1999.