Todd SchonherzChief Operating Officer

    As the Chief Operating Officer for American Oncology Network (AON), LLC, Todd Schonherz, a nationally recognized healthcare executive with more than 25 years’ experience and expertise, is responsible for overseeing AON’s day-to-day operations, including practice operations, information technology, care management, oversight of central ancillaries and research, and human resources.

    In his role as Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) Chief Operating Officer, he is responsible for the day-to-day operations within the corporate office and nearly 100 locations throughout Florida.

    Prior to his role as COO of Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) in 2011, Todd was Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for US Oncology. As part of the senior management team, Todd helped set organizational goals and objectives, oversaw strategic project prioritization, and led tactical execution of company-wide initiatives. He was also responsible for all day-to-day operational aspects of information technology and strategic direction for the information technology needs of the organization. While Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, he was named to the Information Week 500 and received the ComputerWorld/IDG Laureate Award, recognizing individuals and organizations that use information technology to benefit society. During his tenure at US Oncology, he also held positions as the Director of Enterprise Applications and Vice President of Information Systems. Todd’s consulting and management experience in healthcare information technology includes positions with Datamedic Corporation (acquired by VitalWorks and later Amicas Corporation), Multum Corporation (acquired by Cerner Corporation), and MedE America (acquired by WebMD and later HLTH Corporation).

    Todd received a bachelor’s degree in health policy and administration from The Pennsylvania State University.

    Todd has presented at national industry conferences including multiple  Community Oncology Alliance (COA) conferences as well as national and regional information technology conferences.

    Brad Pretchl