Elizabeth Lindsay-Wood had been serving as interim CIO at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa.
TAMPA — Elizabeth “Beth” Lindsay-Wood has been named vice president and chief information officer at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa.
According to a press release, Lindsay-Wood brings more than 30 years of executive leadership experience to her new role at Moffitt. She previously worked in senior IT roles at Tampa General Hospital and Sentara Healthcare — in addition to being a partner in a health care consulting firm — prior to joining Moffitt in an interim CIO position.
At Moffitt, the release states, she will be responsible for leading the center’s information technology teams and accelerating its digital transformation. Reporting to Edmondo Robinson, the institution’s chief digital innovation officer, she will oversee Moffitt’s IT infrastructure, clinical informatics, cybersecurity and IT applications throughout the enterprise.
“Moffitt has significantly benefited from Beth’s strong leadership as interim CIO for the past 10 months,” Robinson states in the release. “Her strategy, clinical and business acumen will be a key asset in helping to accelerate Moffitt’s digital transformation.”