Improving patient outcomes and their experience is at the heart of the Center for Digital Health (CDH.) Digital innovation is all about problem-solving and leveraging partnerships within Moffitt and across industries to think bigger and improve how cancer care is delivered, treated and accessed.
Through collaboration and integration — both inside and outside of Moffitt — we will develop and invest in new digital innovations, tools and technology.
Center for Digital Health
Within the CDH, each pillar, IT, Health Data Services and Digital, has its unique function. But as projects are cross-functional, these teams will collaborate and contribute to the overall success of Moffitt’s digital innovation strategy.
Edmondo Robinson, MD, MBA, MS, FACP - Chief Digital Officer
Dr. Edmondo Robinson leads Moffitt’s Center for Digital Health which leverages the tools of IT, Health Data Services, and Digital Innovation to expand Moffitt’s ecosystem to deliver on consumer-oriented, real-world solutions for clinical practice, research, education, and administrative processes. The Center for Digital Health creates and tests new services, programs, partnerships, and technologies that leverage digital innovations, while challenging the status quo to reduce the cost of care, improve quality, increase access to care, and enhance the patient experience. In addition, he directly cares for Moffitt patients as part of the Internal and Hospital Medicine Program.
Santosh Mohan, MMCi, CPHIMS, FHIMSS - Vice President, Digital
Santosh Mohan is responsible for launching the Digital organization within Moffitt’s Center for Digital Health. Digital will be instrumental in helping leverage the information technology and health data science competencies at Moffitt to advance the cancer center’s overall strategy. This newly created position and organization will be instrumental in Moffitt’s success as the cancer center accelerates its digital capabilities to advance cancer care, treatment and research.
Dana Rollison, PhD - Vice President, Chief Data Officer
As the vice president, chief data officer and the associate center director of Data Science at Moffitt Cancer Center, Dr. Dana Rollison’s role provides oversight of three areas: leadership of the Office of Health Data Services, continuing development and infrastructure planning for Moffitt’s HRI platform and leadership of Quantitative Science. Leveraging her dual role as CDO and ACD, Dr. Rollison seeks to orchestrate and optimize Moffitt’s extensive data assets across clinical, research and operational areas of the organization, thus accelerating scientific discovery and translational research across the cancer center.
Senior Directors and Directors
Jeff Baker - Director, Data Engineering & Interoperability
Jeff Baker is the Director of Data Engineering and Interoperability with the responsibility of advancing a modern, state of art integration framework that enables Moffitt to securely exchange information between interconnected health, back-of-house systems, devices and cross-organizational collaboration. The Interoperability framework drives higher efficiency and a more holistic view of information throughout Moffitt’s ecosystem.
Pete D'Addio - Director, Technology Services
Pete D’Addio is responsible for the administration and delivery of the cancer center’s foundational infrastructure to accelerate digital transformation. D’Addio oversees Moffitt’s IT infrastructure throughout the enterprise. He has positioned the foundation and infrastructure and supporting teams to lead in digital transformation.
Ashish Jain, Director, Digital Innovation, Consumer Experience
Ashish Jain leads the overall consumer experience strategy, digital product development and management function thus enabling Moffitt to deliver a best-in-class consumer experience for our prospective patients and current patients across their in-person and virtual (digital) connected interactions with Moffitt in a seamless, consistent and frictionless manner. He collaborates with and leverages the expertise, skills and advice of IT and HDS colleagues in his scope of responsibilities to facilitate innovation and agility for accelerating Moffitt’s consumer experience enabled by the utilization of emerging technologies.
Jennie Jones, MSHI-HA, CHDA, CTR - Director, Cancer Registry
Jennie Jones is the director of the Cancer Registry. Her role provides strategic direction for Moffitt’s Cancer Registry and is also responsible for facilitating Moffitt’s application for re-accreditation by the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer. The team manually reviews electronic medical records for all newly diagnosed and/or treated Moffitt patients and abstracts and curates clinical information on demographics, diagnosis, stage, and treatment. This information is critical not only for reporting to state and national cancer registries, but also for a multitude of uses within Moffitt, including clinical pathways reporting, payer strategies analytics, and research studies spanning a variety of disciplines.
Dr. Kedar Kulkarni - Senior Director, Health Data Services
Kedar Kulkarni is responsible for the planning and direction of Moffitt’s enterprise analytics ecosystem, including oversight of Data Quality and Business Intelligence, Cancer Registry, Health Informatics, Data Science. Kedar is also responsible for the implementation and adoption of Moffitt cloud-based Cancer Analytics Platform, Data Governance and execution of Moffitt’s enterprise-wide analytics strategy.
Swarna Kuruganti - Director, Digital OP Transformation
Swarna Kuruganti is responsible for launching and leading the Digital Operations Transformation team within Moffitt’s Digital Innovation group. This team bridges business goals with technology and health data science competencies within Center for Digital Health to enable more efficient and effective processes within Moffitt’s operations. She is instrumental in Moffitt’s success in operational excellence, as the cancer center accelerates its digital capabilities to advance cancer care, treatment and research as part of the cancer center’s overall strategy.
Tony Lakin, MSIT, BSCS, CISSP, CDPSE – Chief Information Security Officer
Tony Lakin is responsible for establishing and maintaining an enterprise cybersecurity program to ensure that information assets are adequately protected. He oversees the award-winning Threat Analysis Center, Cybersecurity Operations and the Cybersecurity Governance Risk and Compliance teams. As the organization's designated HIPAA Security Officer, his team coordinates with applications and system administrators to ensure the required technical controls are implemented to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the organization’s mission and business-critical data.
Sissy Marler-Schilling, MHA - Chief Applications Systems Officer, IT Administration
Sissy Marler-Schilling is responsible for the development and support of applications that optimize the solutions and services across the organization. She is responsible for all enterprise IT applications and application development services and works in partnership with business partners to drive key initiatives in support of Moffitt’s mission.
Colin Moore, MD - Associate Chief Medical Information Officer, Clinical Informatics
Dr. Colin Moore is a triple board-certified pediatric, pediatric hematology/oncology, and clinical informatics physician. He serves as the Associate Chief Medical Information Officer (ACMIO) at Moffitt Cancer Center. He has over eight years of experience in clinical informatics, with a focus on provider workflow optimization, digital innovation, clinical informatics research, and graduate medical education in clinical informatics. Dr. Moore helps oversee the multidisciplinary clinical informatics team and directly cares for Moffitt patients as the Clinical Director of the GeneHome Clinic.
Marc Perkins-Carillo, MSN, RN-BC, NE-BC, HACP - Director, Clinical Informatics
Marc Perkins-Carrillo is responsible for the development, implementation, and adoption of clinical IT solutions to facilitate patient care. He oversees Moffitt’s Clinical Informatics team for the enterprise ensuring that IT solutions meet the needs of the clinician and regulatory requirements. He works closely with the Moffitt’s Digital team facilitating the Digital Care and Discovery Accelerator initiatives of the organization.
Randa Perkins, MD, FAMIA - Chief Medical Information Officer, Senior Director of Clinical Informatics, Assistant Member, Department of Internal Medicine, Assistant Professor of Medicine, USF College of Medicine
Dr. Randa Perkins is a dual board-certified family medicine and clinical informatics physician. She serves as the Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) at Moffitt Cancer Center. She has been a leader in clinical informatics for over a decade, with a focus on providing collaborative and robust clinical informatics support for entire healthcare systems. Dr. Perkins oversees the multidisciplinary clinical informatics team, including ACMIOs, pharmacy informatics, nursing informatics, and more.
Clint Perkinson - Director, IT Customer Service
Clint Perkinson is responsible for the day-to-day operational interaction with Moffitt Cancer Center’s faculty and staff leading the customer-facing areas of IT such as the Enterprise Service Desk, Enterprise Fleet Management, Biomedical Engineering and the Service Management Office. Perkinson strives to drive an optimal level of customer service ensuring expectations, process and delivery are all in alignment with the customer’s needs.
Seth Peterson - Interim Chief Technology Officer
Seth Peterson is responsible for leading the Data Engineering and Interoperability, Technology Services, Technology Engineering, IT Customer Service, IT Service Management and Enterprise Architecture teams at Moffitt. These teams are responsible for the strategy, architecture and support for all technology infrastructure and communication systems across the enterprise.
Euwana Powell, MBA, PMP, ITIL - Director, IT Planning & Portfolio Management
Euwana Powell is responsible for the intake, evaluation, prioritization, and planning of IT projects and activities through IT Governance and IT Portfolio Management. Her team maintains oversight of IT capacity and demand to ensure IT is strategically maximizing the utilization of its resources to effectively enable Moffitt’s continued growth and transformation by way of technology.
Jamie Sentner, MBA, Director, Patient Care Applications
As the Director of Patient Care Applications, Jamie Sentner is responsible for activities related to Moffitt’s clinical software applications and platforms. She has oversight of the electronic health record application, Cerner core services, clinical software development, implementation of Cerner solutions, and clinical system implementation and support for pharmacy, surgery and medical device software.
Diana Sharkey, Director, Clinical Support Applications
Diana leads two teams who provide system implementation, optimization and support for enterprise imaging, laboratory and pathology, and radiation oncology as well as the majority of the ancillary systems such as cardiology and endoscopy.
Ellen Shi, MSc - Director, Data Quality and Business Intelligence
Ellen Shi is the director of Data Quality and Business Intelligence(DQBI). Her role provides oversight and leadership of two areas: Data Quality and Standards, Business Intelligence and Analytics, in support of enterprise-wide data reporting, analytics, curation and standards services across the organization through a centralized business model. The DQBI department covers all operational data needs of four key service lines: patients, business, research and employees.
Mukund Sridhar, Director, Advanced Analytics, Health Data Services
Mukund Sridhar is responsible for the planning and direction of Advanced Analytics practices within Health Data Services organization, including the oversight of Health Informatics and Data Science groups. This team is responsible for the implementation and adoption of Moffitt cloud-based Cancer Analytics Platform, Data Governance and realizing enterprise value through Data Science products and applications.
Dr. Robert Stapp, DO, Associate CMIO, Pathology Informatics
Dr. Robert Stapp currently oversees the pathology informatics team at Moffitt and is responsible for the implementation, optimization, and application of the primary laboratory information systems, digital pathology, and ancillary laboratory systems. Dr. Stapp’s interests include applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in digital pathology.
Rick Watts, JD, cEA, PMP - Director, Enterprise Architecture
Rick Watts is the Center’s Enterprise Architect and leads the IT architecture practice across business, data, application and technology domains in support of Moffitt’s digital transformation. Architecture is about executing strategy and managing change. The Architecture team will instill behaviors, practices and governance that will reduce complexity, prepare for change and accelerate Moffitt’s ability to change.
Dan Zichello - Director, Application Development and Business Automation
Dan Zichello is responsible for Leading the Application Development, Agile Services and Business Automation teams at Moffitt. These teams are responsible for creating and supporting custom applications and solutions to meet the needs of several key departments ranging from patient engagement, research, operations and revenue cycle. The Agile services team also provides Scrum Master support and enablement to several cross-functional teams across CDH.