@dventist Health appoints chief digital officer
Prior to her new role, Stemmler most recently served as the consumer digital strategy executive and implemented many of @dventist Health’s first consumer digital solutions working with key partners. Previous roles have included leading several key strategic areas as part of @dventist Health’s Information Technology (IT) executive team, including the health system’s achievement of the highest award for CHIME’s Most Wired Level 8, representing the technology achievement of the top 20% of healthcare systems nationwide. Jennifer also led multidisciplinary teams to transition over 280+ ambulatory clinics from various systems and paper processes to Cerner Ambulatory, in close partnership with several key players.
Stemmler will work closely with Brett Spenst, senior finance and chief information officer and Jason Wells, chief strategy officer to accelerate the company’s digital and technology strategy and innovation, guided by @dventist Health’s growth and transformation objectives.
“Jennifer has been leading IT transformation projects at @dventist Health for the past nine years. From electronic medical record implementations to the development of our first IT strategic playbook, her approach is professional and authentic. We’re thrilled she will lead the transformation of our IT strategy in this important space,” said Spenst.
“One of our core growth strategies is focused on the acceleration of the development of our consumer digital experiences,” said Wells. “It has been exciting to see Jennifer thrive during her leadership with the consumer digital experience this past year. Her promotion to chief digital officer is a tremendous boost for our organization and the millions we serve.”