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Miami-based Baptist Health South Florida named Walt Disney executive Tony Ambrozie its very first senior vice president and chief digital officer.
” Our digital transformation efforts, under Tonys leadership, will revolutionize how patients receive and look for care in addition to how our clinicians have the ability to provide that care,” said Baptist Health South Florida President and CEO Brian Keeley. “We are making considerable investments in technology to ensure that our patient experience is 2nd to none and we are delighted about our digital future.”
Mr. Ambrozie will begin his brand-new role at the health system on Oct. 1 and will speed up ongoing initiatives to improve consumer access and ensure actionable information is provided to the health systems crucial decision-makers. He will also be accountable for expanding telehealth and Internet of Things usage and using device learning to health system processes. He will also manage the IT division.
He is presently the senior vice president of technology and digital for The Walt Disney Co., accountable for the digital and core systems and technologies, engineering, data analytics and maker learning for the Disney Parks as well as customer items.
Prior to joining Disney, Mr. Ambrozie was vice president for digital platform innovations at American Express.
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