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July 29, 2022: Ashish Atreja, CIO and Chief Digital Health Officer oversees UC Davis Health’s expansion of its digital relationships with patients and other hospitals, bridging the gap between IT, academia, research, and innovation as “Digital Davis” becomes a global hub for digital health. Prior to UC, he was at Mount Sinai where he established […]
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