Florida (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — St. Petersburg, Florida (May 6, 2022) – Today, Enlyt Health announced that Morgan Griffith has been added to its Advisory Board of the premier Low Code Mobile Platform as a Service for Healthcare. Morgan is currently Bon Secours Mercy Health’s Vice President of Digital Strategy and Transformation (BSMH).
According to Enlyt Health’s CEO and founder Scott Fielder, “adding a talented, dedicated, healthcare technology maven to our board of advisors is beyond thrilling.” Enlyt Health’s partnerships with important third-party integration partners have benefited greatly from Morgan and her team’s efforts. Because she is well-known as a thought leader in the field and is serving on the Enlyt Health Advisory Board, we have high hopes for her contributions.
“I’m ecstatic to be a part of the Enlyt Health Advisory Board’s inception. Having worked with Enlyt Health for a long time, I’ve had the opportunity to provide insights and strategic feedback. But now, with the product advisory board in place, healthcare professionals who are passionate about digital transformation will have a permanent venue for providing input that will have a positive impact on health systems and patients across the country, according to the expert, Griffith.
The Digital Front Door As patients’ desire for “self care” has grown, the focus of healthcare systems has shifted to applications. Leaders in both healthcare and technology are spearheading the effort to develop the PX—the future of healthcare delivery. The vice president of digital strategy and transformation at BSMH, Griffith is responsible for overseeing the system’s digital strategy and establishing creative customer-centric strategies that leverage digital technology to make healthcare easier and more enjoyable. As a co-leader of the organization’s transformational enterprise architecture and patient access efforts, Griffith also contributes his expertise. Since graduating with a degree in computer science, Morgan has worked in digital marketing for companies in the health care and start-up industries, as well as non-profit organizations.
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