Joyce Oh Joins Moffitt Cancer Center as New Vice President and Chief Information Officer
TAMPA, Fla. – Joyce Oh has joined Moffitt Cancer Center as the new vice president and chief information officer. In her role, she will be responsible for leading Moffitt’s information technology teams and contributing to the organization’s digital transformation efforts.
Bringing more than 25 years of technology experience to the cancer center, Oh will oversee Moffitt’s IT infrastructure, cybersecurity, IT applications, and digital business office functions throughout the enterprise. As CIO, she will also play a key leadership role as part of Moffitt’s Center for Digital Health team, collaborating with the chief data officer, vice president of digital and others to develop and apply digital tools to advance oncology care, research and education in support of Moffitt’s strategic plan.
“We are thrilled to have Joyce join our team,” said Edmondo Robinson, M.D., MBA, M.S., F.A.C.P., Moffitt’s chief digital officer. “Her years of experience in technology will play a critical role as we continue to enhance our digital infrastructure, aligning with Moffitt’s strategic plan.”
Oh comes to Moffitt from Beaumont Health, Southeast Michigan’s largest health system, where she was the divisional chief information officer. She was responsible for IT systems and team performance while also ensuring the technology strategy roadmap aligned to organizational goals. As a close partner to the Beaumont Research Institute, she served as IT executive over Beaumont’s Precision Health Program and co-authored a COVID-19 seropositivity study published in multiple scientific journals.
She earned her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University with a dual degree in economics and mathematics. She studied Business Analytics at UC Berkeley Executive Education. She also is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and is ITIL certified.
“I am honored and humbled to join Moffitt Cancer Center. Having lost both my mother and grandmother to cancer, Moffitt’s mission resonates profoundly and personally,” said Oh. “I am truly grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer while transforming the provider, researcher and patient experience via technology.”
About Moffitt Cancer Center
Moffitt is dedicated to one lifesaving mission: to contribute to the prevention and cure of cancer. The Tampa-based facility is one of only 53 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers, a distinction that recognizes Moffitt’s scientific excellence, multidisciplinary research, and robust training and education. Moffitt’s expert nursing staff is recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center with Magnet® status, its highest distinction. With more than 7,800 team members, Moffitt has an economic impact in the state of $2.4 billion. For more information, call 1-888-MOFFITT (1-888-663-3488), visit MOFFITT.org, and follow the momentum on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.