Orlando, FL (March 25, 2020) – Orlando Health is pleased to announce Marshall Denkinger, MD, has joined as new chief medical information and information technology/clinical engineering (IT/CE) innovation officer. In this new leadership role, Dr. Denkinger will be responsible for provider relationship including virtual care, clinical informatics and IT innovation. He will lead initiatives to identify, research, pilot and support adoption of new information technology solutions and processes to best enable business and clinical enhancements.
“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Denkinger to his new position within Orlando Health,” said Novlet Mattis, chief information officer at Orlando Health. “Dr. Denkinger has an extensive track record of leadership and impressive accolades that showcase his ability. We look forward to his leadership as we strive to deliver on our vision of excellence.”
Previously, Dr. Denkinger served as chief medical informatics officer for Centura Health in Colorado Springs, Colo. At Orlando Health, Dr. Denkinger will serve as the physician champion during the organization’s initiative to implement a comprehensive health record system from Epic. In this role, he will work with the project team on the remaining build, its personalization for physicians, and engagement and adoption among physicians.
Dr. Denkinger earned his medical degree at Dartmouth Medical School. He recently completed executive education at Harvard Business School. Dr. Denkinger completed his undergraduate studies at Princeton University with a degree in geology/geophysics. Dr. Denkinger is a U.S. Army veteran who served during Desert Storm in 1991 and led as commander for the Army’s Health Clinic Hoenfels/Combat Maneuver Training Center in Germany.
“I am very excited to transition into this new role at Orlando Health,” said Dr. Denkinger. “I know this is a place where I can share my expertise, contribute to a meaningful cause and grow in my career.”
About Orlando Health
Orlando Health is a not-for-profit healthcare organization with $5.6 billion of assets under management. The system spans nine Florida counties with nearly 450 locations that include 13 wholly-owned or affiliated hospitals and emergency departments; rehabilitation services, cancer centers, heart institutes, imaging and laboratory services, wound care centers, more than 300 physician offices for adults and pediatrics, and 11 urgent care centers in partnership with CareSpot Urgent Care. In FY18, Orlando Health served approximately 167,000 inpatients, more than 2.7 million outpatients, and more than 20,000 international patients. The organization is home to the area’s only Level One Trauma Centers for adults and pediatrics, and is a statutory teaching hospital system that offers both specialty and community hospitals. Nearly 3,600 physicians have privileges across the system, which is also one of the area’s largest employers with nearly 20,500 employees. Additionally, Orlando Health provides more than $620 million in total value to the community in the form of charity care, community benefit programs and services, community building activities and more. Additional information can be found at www.orlandohealth.com.