Luis Rengifo

Luis Rengifo

Chief Information Officer

Luis Rengifo’s passion is to contribute to society’s efforts to address the many challenges our healthcare system faces, through the implementation of high-quality, cost effective, secure and resilient technology. Over the past twelve years, Luis has collaborated on dozens of large-scale technology implementations at academic hospitals, regional health authorities, physician practices and drug distributors, including infrastructure modernization programs, cloud adoption strategies, applications implementations, process improvement initiatives and customer engagement strategies, among others. Luis has served as a technology leader in several industries for over twenty years, including as Chief Information Officer for St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton, ON, and VP of Physician and Practice IT Services for US Oncology, the largest network of Oncology practices in the U.S.

In addition, Luis thrives on being an advocate for the patient, with a thorough understanding of both the business of healthcare as well as the technology required to enable quality patient care, allowing him to act as an effective mediator between business and technology leaders. He has been able to develop trusted, dynamic and effective relationships with his peers, business leaders and teams. He is an advocate of agile methodologies, recently having launched two Agile Release Trains.

Luis is a life-long learner – he holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Universidad Javeriana in Colombia where he grew up, a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Toronto and a Chartered Professional Accountant Certificate with the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario.

At Spectrum, Luis is responsible for all patient care and administrative technologies at Spectrum, and for leading the digital transformation journey.

He enjoys cycling, traveling, reading and sharing his spare time with his wife and two daughters.

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