Anne Nguyen CHUM’s new chief health data officer
January 18, 2023
MONTREAL – Anne Nguyen (pictured) has been appointed chief health data officer at the Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM). In this new role, she will support the deployment of the hospital’s data management strategy. Previously, Ms. Nguyen worked as assistant to the director of the Montreal Heart Institute, where she led the team that designed and built IT services that helped empower the patient in their care journeys.
The team identified new technologies, developed and implemented the digital transformation strategy, and accentuated the human dimension of digital transformation.
She also served as director of products, analytics & innovation, at Logibec, a private-sector company. There, she managed teams, supported the CPO and CEO, and conceptualized the product portfolio strategy for Performance and Analytics.
At Logibec, she led research, strategic planning and strategic initiatives, ideas, and innovation, and also identified and assessed new partners.
Recently, Ms. Nguyen has been VP strategy development & operations (pro bono position) at Quartier de l’innovation en santé de Montréal.
In an announcement on LinkedIn, she said: “I will join the team of Noe White (DQEPE) and Pr Vincent Poitout (DR). Thank you for your trust!”
She added, “I will also have the chance to share my daily life in this sincerely innovative and open organization, with, in particular, Kathy Malas and Pascal St-Onge, Irène Marcheterre, Annabelle Boutin-Wilkins, to name a few.
She also acknowledged the outgoing CEO of CHUM: “A nod to you, Dr. Fabrice Brunet: I will not have the chance to have you as CEO of the CHUM; But I have the honor to be able to participate in the mission of the Quartier de l’innovation en santé de Montréal with you for several months now … And that, too, is quite a pleasure.”