Novlet Mattis has been named Chief Information Officer for Orlando Health. In this position, she is responsible for establishing the vision and direction of the organization's Information Systems in concert with its global corporate strategy. She oversees the Information Technology division representing an annual spend in excess of $145 million. Ms. Mattis joined Orlando Health on January 11, 2018, reporting to Bernadette Spong, CPA, Chief Financial Officer.
"We are extremely pleased to have Novlet join the organization," said Mrs. Spong. "The healthcare environment continues to increase in complexity, especially in the area of information technology. Novlet's leadership experience and expertise in the IT field are key to Orlando Health's expanding use and safety of electronic information."
Prior to joining Orlando Health, Ms. Mattis served as Vice President of Information Technology for Ascension Information Services in St. Louis, Missouri where she led a team that supported more than 125 hospitals across the United States and internationally. In that role, she provided executive leadership for IT cost reductions and operational optimization including applications rationalization, innovations to advance clinical and business strategies, and supported a number of enterprise wide corporate functions.
She has also held leadership positions at Dell Global Services, Lucent Technologies and AT&T as well as serving as Vice President of IT and Chief Information Officer for Rex Healthcare in Raleigh, NC.
Ms. Mattis is a native of Jamaica. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Howard University in Washington, DC, and an MBA from George Washington University. She holds the CHIME Certified Healthcare CIO (CHCIO) certification, is a conference speaker and writer, and was named Business Woman of the Year by Triangle Business Journal.