49 chief transformation officers to know | 2023

Chief transformation officers inspire, model and implement lasting change at their organizations. Armed with problem-solving and leadership skills, these executives set the goals and tone for each transformation initiative. 

Many of these leaders focus on making cultural changes at their healthcare organizations, while others zero in on improving digital experience or restructuring the care delivery model. 

Note: This list is not an endorsement of included chief transformation officers, organizations or associated healthcare providers. Chief transformation officers cannot pay for inclusion on this list. Chief transformation officers are presented in alphabetical order. We extend a special thank you to Rhoda Weiss for her contributions to this list.

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Amy Adome, MD. Chief Clinical and Transformation Officer for Sharp HealthCare (San Diego). A physician executive with over 15 years of experience in leading quality, patient safety and performance improvement programs, Ms. Adome was a senior vice president at Sharp HealthCare since 2013, leading quality, patient safety, clinical research and Lean Six Sigma programs. Towards the end of 2022, her role expanded to include leading Sharp’s office of transformation, which involves the planning and oversight of organizational transformational strategies both clinical and operational, with the goal of providing the highest quality care in the most cost-effective way. Her initiatives focus on quality improvement, revenue generation, expense reduction and a continued focus on making Sharp a leading High Reliability Organization.

Paul G. Alexander, MD. Executive Vice President, Chief Health Equity and Transformation Officer at RWJBarnabas Health (West Orange, N.J.). Dr. Alexander develops and drives the initiatives needed to transition RWJBarnabas Health, New Jersey's largest academic healthcare system, to value-based care. His role encompasses ACO management, the employee health plan, and other resources dedicated to building the infrastructure needed to advance the value creation agenda. He also oversees the system's social impact and community investment practice as well as health equity initiatives, including workforce development, transitional housing, sustainability and more. Under Dr. Alexander’s leadership, the system's "Buy Local, Hire Local, Invest Local" initiative has spent $55.48 million with small businesses, $39.66 million with woman-owned businesses, and $82.34 million with minority-owned businesses in the last four years.

Emily Allinder Scott. Senior Vice President, Chief Transformation Officer and Service Line Officer of BayCare Health System (Clearwater, Fla.). BayCare named Ms. Allinder Scott senior vice president and chief transformation officer in October 2020, responsible for transformation across the system's 15 hospitals. In 2023, she took on the additional role of service line officer. She has previous experience as vice president for clinical integration at Baylor Scott & White Health in Dallas where she led efforts to reduce clinical variation and value-based care initiatives. Ms. Allinder Scott also has experience in behavioral health, clinical transformation and population health.

Karyn Baum, MD. Chief Transformation Officer at Essentia Health (Duluth, Minn.). Dr. Baum has worked in education, quality improvement, transformational change and healthcare administration for over 15 years. She presented and trained others on evidence-based teamwork curriculum designed to improve patient safety, traveling across the U.S. as well as Japan, Iceland and China.

Nina Beauchesne. Executive Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer of Memorial Healthcare System (Hollywood, Fla.). Ms. Beauchesne has more than 30 years of leadership experience, focused on providing vision, operational oversight and innovative direction at Memorial Healthcare System. She has spearheaded cultural transformation at the system to attract, develop and retain high quality professionals and has a background in talent acquisition, project management, physician relations, construction management and more.

Jessica Beegle. Senior Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer at Lifepoint Health (Brentwood, Tenn.). Ms. Beegle serves as senior vice president and chief transformation officer at Lifepoint Health, where she directs the company in its identification, acquisition and creation of novel technology-enabled solutions that enhance quality, access, and health outcomes for patients. She leads technology partnerships and strategic investments, all while overseeing Lifepoint's health tech startup incubator and early stage venture capital arm, 25m Health. Ms. Beegle brings prior experience leading transformational efforts at four Fortune 20 companies to her role, most recently helping to launch Walgreens Health. 

Amanda Bohleber, MD. Chief Transformation Officer at Deaconess Health System (Evansville, Ind.). Dr. Bohleber is working to transform ambulatory care practices to a team-based care delivery model that improves clinician, employee and patient satisfaction. She began at Deaconess Health System in 2008 as a part-time family practice physician which she still continues presently.

Tammy Capretta, RN. Chief Transformation and Risk Officer at Keck Medicine of USC (Los Angeles). Ms. Capretta has supported the growth and development of Keck since joining the USC system in 1991. She currently oversees four offices, including the Office of Integrated Risk Management, the Office of Integrated Credentialing, the Care for the Caregiver Office and the Office of Healthcare Compliance. Due to her efforts, patients can receive top care at over 100 unique clinics across the state. Ms. Capretta helped Keck to launch a professionalism program for physicians and nurses that strengthens relationships between coworkers. She also created Keck's innovative care for caregivers program, which launched during the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides housing and mental health services for healthcare workers facing quarantine and mental health struggles.  

Amy Cohn, PhD. Chief Transformation Officer for Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor). Ms. Cohn identifies institutional challenges that span the University of Michigan Health and U-M Medical School. She was appointed to the position in 2021 by Michigan Medicine, academic medical center of the University of Michigan. During the pandemic, her work at the intersection of healthcare and engineering laid a foundation for collaborative connections between University of Michigan’s engineering college and health system. Ms. Cohn is the Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering and faculty director of the Center for Healthcare Engineering and Patient Safety. This dual role utilizes her expertise in engineering techniques to improve operations and problem solving in healthcare. 

Aimee Daily. Senior Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer of Memorial Health (Springfield, Ill.). Ms. Daily provides strategic leadership of integration, standardization and change for Memorial Health's structures, behaviors and processes. She aims to improve organizational performance, capacity and engagement in her role as chief transformation officer. She joined Memorial Health in 2000 as an educator at Springfield Memorial Hospital and worked her way up to become vice president of organization development and chief learning officer before becoming CTO.

Jennifer Dauer. Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (Columbus). Ms. Dauer became chief strategy and transformation officer at OSU Wexner Medical Center in July 2020 after spending time as executive in residence and managing director of CincyTech, a venture development firm. She also has experience as vice president for strategy and growth at Cincinnati Children's hospital Medical Center where she oversaw strategic planning and the center for technology commercialization. She also provided leadership for marketing and communications at the hospital.

Sunil Dadlani. Executive Vice President and Chief Information and Digital Transformation Officer of Atlantic Health System (Morristown, N.J.). Mr. Dadlani leverages technological innovation at Atlantic Health System to implement complex global information strategies and processes for providing high quality patient care. After being named CIO in 2020, he worked alongside leadership to embrace and develop digital patient and consumer experiences for two years, and was named to his current position as executive vice president and chief information and digital transformation officer. One of Mr. Dadlani's current focuses is the expansion and diversification of artificial intelligence throughout Atlantic Health. Under his leadership, the organization was named a 2023 CIO Winner by CIO for its use of automation tools in streamlining prior authorization processes. 

David Donovan. Vice President of Strategic Planning and Transformation Management for Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center (Buffalo, N.Y.). Mr. Donovan leads strategic planning and project management for major projects at one of western New York state’s largest and most operationally complex employers. He applies insights on business development, healthcare network-building, supply chain management, revenue cycle, payer relations and marketing to help conceptualize and lead new initiatives as well as support existing objectives for growth and transformation. Known for his generosity toward philanthropic causes, Mr. Donovan was critical to the successful development of Roswell Park Care Network, which enables comprehensive cancer services to patients at 15 sites statewide and helped secure a sustainable and visionary path forward for the prestigious 125-year-old cancer center.

Debra Fields. Executive Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer of City of Hope (Duarte, Calif.). With City of Hope for over 23 years, Ms. Fields brings together administrative system functions to create an environment that transforms healthcare for cancer patients. This includes human resources and talent stewardship; diversity, equity and inclusion; culture and experience; internal and external engagement; communications and marketing; enterprise program management; strategic initiatives navigation, organization effectiveness and change; and legal and compliance. Under her leadership, City of Hope’s unique model, which blends academic and community medicine, enables patients to get the right diagnosis and right care at the right time and place. With City of Hope’s recent expansion, she is designing a national cancer care and research system to bring world-class care and leading-edge science to patients across the nation.

Peter Fleischut, MD. Senior Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer of NewYork-Presbyterian (New York City). In his 12 years at NewYork - Presbyterian, Dr. Fleischut has served as the deputy quality patient safety officer, medical director of operating rooms, chief innovation officer and chief medical operating officer before his current role. Dr. Fleischut has a particular interest in artificial intelligence and capabilities in healthcare operations. He is also an associate professor at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City.

Regina Foley, PhD, RN. Executive Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer at Hackensack Meridian Health (Edison, N.J.). Dr. Foley plays an integral role in Hackensack Meridian Health's finance, strategy and human resources departments. She is responsible for reimagining the system's portfolio, which encompasses over 500 initiatives that aim to enhance revenue and reduce expenses. Along with her team, she has developed a comprehensive structure of 12 workstreams for hundreds of projects to flow through. Given her clinical training as a nurse, extensive experience as a chief nursing executive, COO and chief hospital executive, Dr. Foley brings unique perspectives and qualifications to her role. 

Arthur Gianelli. Chief Transformation Officer at Mount Sinai (New York City) and President at Mount Sinai Morningside (New York City). Working with Mount Sinai since 2014, Mr. Gianelli partners with leaders systemwide to transform organizational culture, implement best practices and instill key behaviors to drive improvements in patient experience. His efforts include launching a series of learning academies and spreading utilization of lean process improvement methodologies. During his tenure as president of Mount Sinai Morningside, he led the hospital’s pandemic response; introduced a lean daily management system to drive significant improvements in patient experience, quality and safety measures; shepherded a transformative capital improvement plan; and worked with School of Medicine leadership to grow several clinical programs.  

Taylor Hamilton. Chief Consumer Officer of Ballad Health (Johnson City, Tenn.). Ms. Hamilton drives innovative change for the improvement of patient care across Ballad Health in her role as chief consumer officer. Her responsibilities include digital transformation, consumer relations, community and business outreach, marketing, communications, patient experience and user interface. Ms. Hamilton's work within the organization has included large-scale initiatives to increase care access in rural communities, reduce care delivery disparities and improve digital experience. Her leadership has earned her team multiple awards, including the Silver Awards for Best Structure and Navigation and Best Homepage in the 2022 w3 Awards, as well as Gold, Silver, Bronze and Merit Awards from The Mature Market Resource Center. Ms. Hamilton has also been recognized in Business Journal's "40 Under 40" list for the tri-cities. Prior to joining Ballad Health in 2018, Ms. Hamilton served as vice president of marketing and communications at Johnson City, Tenn.-based Mountain States Health Alliance. 

Melinda Hancock. Executive Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer of Sentara Health (Norfolk, Va.). Ms. Hancock serves as executive vice president and the inaugural chief transformation officer for Sentara Health, a nonprofit health system with 12 hospitals and 30,000 team members. Her role entails guiding several departments, including growth, integration, strategy, the project management office, and the newly created transformation office. Ms. Hancock was a key player in the development of the transformation office, which focuses on optimizing existing resources, identifying new capabilities, and enhancing the organization's structure and operations. 

Amy Higgins. Chief Transformation and Experience Officer at UNC Health (Morrisville, N.C.). In her role as chief transformation and experience officer at UNC Health, Ms. Higgins is responsible for strategic planning, strategy execution, customer and consumer experience, corporate development, innovation and venture investments. The health system has 14 hospitals and 18 hospital campuses across North Carolina.

Desert Horse Grant. Chief Transformation Officer for Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at University of Miami. Ms. Horse Grant is a powerful advocate for transforming and empowering underrepresented minorities at the intersection of science and medicine. She leads innovation and strategy, emphasizing diversity of clinical trials throughout multiple sites in Africa and the Caribbean. She advises key aspects of a new $260 million cancer research building, which will double Sylvester’s research footprint. Previously she was chief transformation officer at UCLA Health, facilitating translation of discoveries from the lab to the clinical environment. She was also a director at Fred Hutch in Seattle, leading a team whose pioneering work to develop a novel biotool for tissue microstructure was recognized with a social impact award. Early in her career at New York City-based Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, she created the Physical Sciences-Oncology Center for researchers at the intersection of computational medicine and cancer biology. 

Penelope Iannelli. Chief Transformation Officer at UMass Memorial Health (Worcester, Mass.). Ms. Iannelli has been at UMass Memorial for seven years, spending time as the associate vice president of IT value delivery and vice president of process engineering and analytics before becoming chief transformation officer in 2019. She describes herself as "people-centric" and has a focus on change management. She spent 15 years at Intel before entering healthcare.

Pamela Johnson, MD. Vice President of Care Transformation at Johns Hopkins Health System (Baltimore, Md.). Dr. Johnson directs performance improvement programs to increase effectiveness, efficiency, consistency and affordability of healthcare at Johns Hopkins. She engages the system's frontline providers to develop initiatives that refine care in accordance with evidence-based practices. She has implemented a number of initiatives for the system, including the targeted reduction of low value labs, imaging and medication delivery through the system's high value care committee, the development of best practices algorithms and a provider-led episode of care redesign program. 

Shela Kaneshiro. Chief Clinical Transformation Officer for MemorialCare (Fountain Valley, Calif.). Ms. Kaneshiro is responsible for executive oversight as well as planning, developing and implementing clinical transformation strategies across MemorialCare in collaboration with chief medical officers and other leaders. She oversees performance improvement, risk and patient safety, clinical and reputational data, patient experience and customer excellence, and quality and value initiatives. She aims to create a culture of belonging and inclusivity by investing in the workforce to attract and retain diverse, talented and engaged teams. She oversees the 2,257-member Physician Society, a national leader since 1996 in driving MemorialCare’s clinical outcomes and advancing strategic goals for physician practice.

Rebecca Kaul, PhD. Senior Vice President and Chief of Digital Innovation and Transformation at Northwell Health (New Hyde Park, N.Y.). Dr. Kaul is senior vice president and chief of digital innovation and transformation at Northwell Health, where she drives collaboration, communication and strategy in order to enable successful transformation. Her responsibilities include the creation and management of strategic relationships, product development and the Innovation Center. Before she joined Northwell in 2022, she served as the inaugural chief innovation officer at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Dr. Kaul also has prior experience as CIO of Pittsburgh-based UPMC.

Omkar Kulkarni. Chief Transformation Officer and Chief Digital Officer of Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Mr. Kulkarni leads the process of digital and operational change at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Additionally, he is the founder of Kidsx, a group focused on innovation within the field of pediatrics. 

Joseph Lamantia. Executive Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer of Catholic Health (Rockville Centre, N.Y.). Mr. Lamantia was named chief transformation officer of Catholic Health in March 2022 after spending time as the senior vice president for the eastern region of Northwell Health, based in New Hyde Park, N.Y. He is Catholic Health's first CTO and is tasked with the administrative oversight of clinical service lines, ambulatory centers, population health initiatives, shared risk relationships and business development.

Jeffrey Lawrence, MD. Senior Vice President, Chief Transformation and Innovation Officer, and Physician-in-Chief for Primary Care and Urgent Care at Southcoast Health System (New Bedford, Mass.). Dr. Lawrence has been in the healthcare field for 12 years and focusing on transformation in healthcare for two years. During his residency at Worcester, Mass.-based UMass Memorial Medical Center, Dr. Lawrence received the Bob Thomas Teaching Award in Pediatrics in 2013 and 2014, which made him the only resident to ever receive this award twice during residency.

Christian Lindmark. Chief Technology Officer at Stanford (Calif.) Health Care. Mr. Lindmark has been essential for Stanford's digital technology infrastructure since he began in this role in 2017. He leads strategy for Stanford Health Care and Stanford University School of Medicine's digital technology infrastructure, customer and user experience as well as clinical and biomedical engineering. He helped lead the design and implementation of Stanford Health Care's hospital which opened in November 2019. Mr. Lindmark also implemented innovative solutions to support employees and patients during the past two years, advanced the organization's technology resiliency through multi-cloud and data center consolidation initiatives and supports new transformational digital-first activities.

Helen Macfie, PharmD. Chief Transformation Officer at MemorialCare Health System (Fountain Valley, Calif.). Dr. Macfie has been in the healthcare field for almost 40 years. Since 2005, she has overseen performance improvement, strategic planning and complex project deployment as well served as Executive Administrator for MemorialCare's Clinically Integrated Network. She serves as faculty for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and as a member of the Board for California Healthcare Compare. Previously, Dr. Macfie has been named in Becker's Top 50 Patient Safety Experts Leading the Field.

Christopher McAlpine. Senior Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer at Parrish Medical Center (Titusville, Fla.). Mr. McAlpine has been senior vice president and chief transformation officer of Parrish Medical Center since 2000. In his role, Mr. McAlpine's responsibilities include serving as administration of the Florida Health exclusive provider network, community health partnership, strategic planning, business development, sales strategy, brand development, clinical alignment and integration, preventative and health risk assessments, and enterprise risk management.

Patrick McGill, MD. Executive Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer of Community Health Network (Indianapolis). Dr. McGill oversees population health management, value-based care, and data-enabled strategies in his role as chief transformation officer at Community Health Network. He joined the health system in 2010 as a family medicine physician and then became vice president of clinical transformation and clinical strategies before being named to his current role in 2021. Dr. McGill also has experience in informatics and leads the health system's efforts to use analytics to drive transformation.

Raina Merchant, MD. Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer for Penn Medicine (Philadelphia). A physician executive with over 17 years in innovation, Dr. Merchant is an emergency medicine professor at University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and leads the Center for Digital Health. Her initiatives focus on redesigning care, achieving efficiency using AI and automation tools, finding creative ways to enhance workforce experience, advancing health equity, and translating research to optimize health system operations. She is continuously funded by NIH and conducts projects evaluating health behaviors and communication on social media platforms. She has over 150 peer-reviewed publications, has been featured in Wired, Economist and The Wall Street Journal, and has been identified by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as one of 10 young investigators likely to have a significant impact on the future of health and healthcare.

Richard Milani, MD. Chief Clinical Transformation Officer and Vice-Chairman for the Department of Cardiology at Ochsner Health (New Orleans). Dr. Milani has a background in research focused on population health, with a strong interest in chronic diseases and medical informatics. He works with Ochsner's health innovation lab to invest in organizations trying to improve the future of healthcare. He also works with Ochsner's digital medicine team, which works to improve the lives of patients dealing with chronic health conditions. He helped lead Ochsner's chronic disease program to receive recognition as a low cost option for patients. Dr. Milani has also authored over 500 medical publications throughout his career. 

Kristen Murtos. Chief Innovation and Transformation Officer for NorthShore – Edward-Elmhurst Health (Warrenville, Ill.). Ms. Murtos is Edward-Elmhurst Health's chief innovation and transformation officer. She is responsible for driving innovation and growth to enable peak organizational performance and sustainable differentiation through systematic business and care transformation. She joined NorthShore in 1998 and most recently served as chief administrative and strategy officer. She also served as president of NorthShore’s Skokie (Ill.) Hospital.

Patty Nedved, RN, MSN. Chief Transformation Officer and Associate Vice President at Rush University Medical Center (Chicago). Ms. Nedved joined Rush in 2007 and held a variety of clinical leadership roles before being promoted to chief transformation officer in 2018. She is responsible for the design, build and operational functionality of a 480,000-square feet, 10-story ambulatory cancer and neurosciences building. She has 33 years of experience in the healthcare field, beginning in nursing.

Cheryl O'Malley, MSN. Chief Transformation Officer and Vice President of Population Health at Southwest General Health Center (Middleburg Heights, Ohio). Ms. O'Malley has over 40 years of nursing experience, holds a DNP and is board certified as a nurse executive. She also has a bachelor's degree in psychology. In her role as vice president and chief transformation officer of population health at Southwest General Health Center, Ms. O'Malley is responsible for improving patient outcomes, better managing chronic conditions, closing care gaps and decreasing costs for providers.

Kellie Olmstead. Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer at Nemours Children's Health (Orlando). Ms. Olmstead helped develop her role in 2021 at Nemours Children's Health to execute and deploy the system's strategy. She joined the health system in 2013 to focus on continuous improvement through coaching, teaching and applying Lean principles. She expanded her role six years later and then became chief transformation officer in 2021.

Misha Palecek. Chief Transformation Officer at DaVita (Denver). Mr. Palecek is passionate about innovating kidney care to prevent negative patient outcomes and address the impact of chronic kidney disease on the larger healthcare industry. He has spent nearly 20 years at DaVita, driving progress in care delivery, outcomes and quality of life for chronically ill patients. He transformed DaVita's dialysis provider to a holistic kidney care provider. He also integrated value-based care into the system's new integrated kidney care model. He works with physicians, payers, hospital systems and administrators throughout the industry to defragment patient care and provide a seat at the table for physicians. He is committed to optimizing care for DaVita's 70,000 kidney care patients. He also prioritized the system's expansion and participation in government models, partnerships and private payers. 

Peter Pronovost, MD. Chief Quality and Clinical Transformation Officer at University Hospitals (Cleveland). Dr. Pronovost is charged with aligning the University health system around a common purpose to design and implement a framework for believing, belonging and building. He has implemented a management system that allows the health system to transform under fee-for-service, win value contracts and enhance community access to services. He has led the system in its pursuit towards zero harm and developed a model that focuses on preventative care and chronic illness recovery. Through his leadership and delivery models, the system saw a reduction in Medicare expenditures by 21 percent and a quality improvement of 73 to 100 percent. It also saw a 150 percent increase in annual wellness visits. 

Jason Siegert. Chief Transformation Officer of Bon Secours Mercy Health (Cincinnati). Mr. Siegert is responsible for improving performance across clinical operations, shared services, care delivery innovation and growth. He is also driving efforts to transform the health system's culture to become more agile and innovative. He joined Bon Secours Mercy Health in 2018 as the system's first chief analytics officer after spending time as CEO of Angel MedFlight Worldwide Air Ambulance Service.

Michael Torgan. Chief Transformation Officer at Mission Community Hospital (Panorama City, Calif.). Mr. Torgan has over 30 years of executive experience in post-acute and healthcare delivery services. He has a background in healthcare innovation and strategic planning, and has extensive knowledge of CMS. Prior to becoming chief transformation officer at Mission Community Hospital, he was vice president of operations at Prestige Healthcare Management.

Jeff Weiss. Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer of Mass General Brigham (Boston). Mr. Weiss oversees the strategy, system transformation, clinical partnerships and diversified business functions that are helping to achieve Mass General Brigham’s commitment to serving the community. Mass General Brigham is devoted to enhancing patient care, teaching and research and taking a leadership role as an integrated healthcare system. Previously president of Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass., Mr. Weiss is widely published and a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review as well as the author of the HBR Guide to Negotiating. He was a co-founder and co-director of West Point Negotiation Project and continues annual lectures at the Army War College in Carlisle, Pa. 

James Whitfill, MD. Senior Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer of HonorHealth (Scottsdale, Ariz.). Dr. Whitfill focuses on building organizational culture, IT and promoting consumer-centric experiences at HonorHealth as the chief transformation officer. He focuses on business areas to find the right digital tools to improve the patient journey and make the health system more patient-friendly. He has previous experience as chief medical officer for Innovation Care Partners, a Phoenix-based clinically integrated network. Dr. Whitfill built H2Go, a consumer digital healthcare platform for patients, which achieved top quartile results in patient engagement.

Lucy Xenophon, MD. Chief Transformation Officer at Mount Sinai Morningside (New York City). Dr. Xenophon's objectives are to establish and sustain a culture of continuous improvement at all organizational levels. She has almost 30 years of experience in healthcare, beginning her career as a diagnostic radiologist.

Eyal Zimlichman, MD. Chief Transformation and Chief Innovation Officer at Sheba Medical Center (Tel HaShomer, Israel). Professor Zimlichman is the driving force of transformation efforts at Sheba Medical Center. The hospital is Israel’s largest and has been recognized as a top hospital by Newsweek for five consecutive years. In 2019, Professor Zimlichman founded Sheba's ARC Innovation Center, an open global innovation platform that aims to redesign healthcare through digital health solutions by 2030. Under his leadership, Sheba and ARC have actualized the transformative potential of many novel health tech solutions, including remote care, AI, precision medicine and medical devices, in dozens of facilities around the world.

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