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Published on February 25, 2021

Bridgett Ojeda to Become Bryan Health Chief Information Officer

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Bridgett Ojeda

Bridgett Ojeda MAM, PMP, will join the senior leadership team as chief information officer at Bryan Health effective March 4, 2021. Since 2007, Bridgett has served in the information technology department at Bryan Health, most recently as the director of project management. Notably, she was the project director for our vital and complex implementation of Epic. In addition to three previous promotions at Bryan Health, Bridgett has achieved certification from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, and Project Management Institute.

"Bridgett’s leadership experience in health care and proven ability to build collaborative relationships with physicians and communities has been evident to all since her first day at Bryan Health in 2007," said Bryan Health president and chief executive officer Russ Gronewold. "These traits, along with her high capacity for understanding, translating and adopting new technology make her an excellent choice to lead our information technology enterprise. In addition to her exceptional leadership skills, Bridgett knows the intricacies of her field, and Bryan’s culture and aspirations.”

Adding Value to Mission

“I am excited for the opportunity to use my years of leadership experience at Bryan Health to continue to deliver solutions that not only solve our problems, but also ultimately add value to our work and support the Bryan Health mission to advance the health of individuals in our region,” Ojeda says. 

Ojeda earned her bachelor of science degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University and her master of arts in organizational leadership from Doane University. She serves on the Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society Board of Directors and is a volunteer for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Junior Achievement. We congratulate Bridgett on her new leadership position. 



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