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George Rollins is the new President of Smile CDR. He will oversee Smile CDR's leadership team and collaborate with the larger company community to drive quality and efficiency.
FREMONT, CA: "George will help position Smile CDR as a game-changer at handling the world's emerging needs for health data, health technology, and health services IT/tech," states CEO Duncan Weatherston. Smile CDR, an industry leader in health data and integration, has nominated George Rollins to the newly created position of president, effective September 6, 2022.
"He will be focused internally, leading Smile CDR's executive team and working with the broader Smile CDR community to drive excellence and efficiency in the delivery of company operations," explains Weatherston.
Mr. Rollins will support Smile's continued success as a global leader and activist in expanding global health management systems, reporting to Duncan Weatherston, the Chief Executive Officer of Smile CDR. He has over 35 years of experience as a top leader in health information technology operations, sales, and management for private and U.S. government businesses, including, most recently, Peraton (located in Virginia) and, previously, IMS Health Inc. (now IQVIA).
Throughout his career, Mr. Rollins has led worldwide teams and expanded business portfolios with more than $250 million in annual revenue.
"As a former business unit owner, George is passionate about Smile CDR's technologies and has first-hand knowledge of how to develop, sell and use them most effectively. He was an early advocate of interoperability and seamless technology, and he deeply believes in the 'care without boundaries' principle," adds Weatherston.
Smile CDR's income and workforce have doubled in the past year. The organization was awarded the 2022 Microsoft Canada ISV Breakthrough Partner Impact Award for its efforts to improve the lives of Canadians through skilling initiatives, exceptional customer service, and digital transformation utilizing Microsoft technology.
"Smile CDR's leadership structure is now best matched to further this trajectory of growth and innovation, and support an expanding, diverse team and product portfolio in a rapidly evolving industry," states George Rizk, Chair of Smile CDR's Board of Directors. "George offers the visionary leadership and executional excellence that will enable Smile CDR to continue to lead the digital transformation of healthcare, improve patient outcomes, and make major advances towards #BetterGlobalHealth."