Phoenix Health Systems is pleased to announce the appointment of Jim Griffith as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately.
“We are enthusiastic about the addition to our leadership team and believe that Jim Griffith brings valuable healthcare ITO and consultative experience that will help Phoenix to meet the ever-changing demands of the healthcare industry.“ Phoenix Health Systems President and CEO, Ron Gue said.
With over 30 years of experience in IT outsourcing, Griffith has provided services to over 150 hospitals and health systems across the country. Most recently, Griffith served as National Executive Director of Siemens Medical Solutions Health Services Division, where he transformed Siemens ITO business segment to #1 KLAS position in 18 months.
“I am delighted to join the Phoenix Health Systems team. With its history of accomplishment, demonstrated health care domain knowledge, and innovative culture, I am confident that together we can put forward the sustainable and value-centric solutions health care providers require during this unprecedented period in our industry”, Griffith states.
Today, an increasing number of hospitals are challenged with meeting the demands of the swiftly changing health care landscape. Given this reality, Griffith will focus on helping Phoenix’ current and prospective clients to optimize technology objectives, reduce costs, and satisfy regulatory compliance requirements such as meaningful use and ICD-10.
About Phoenix Health Systems
With over 20 years of health care IT consulting experience, Phoenix (phoenixhealth.com) is passionate about supporting exceptional health care. Phoenix offers the flexibility of a small company, and the expertise of a large company in supporting hospital clients to solve critical challenges like IT strategic planning, meaningful use, ICD-10 conversion, accountable care, and privacy and security compliance. Phoenix offers customized outsourcing solutions such as onshore Service Desk support, IT infrastructure management, full IT outsourcing, and legacy systems transition.