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Banner Health names new chief technology officer

New senior leadership role will lead digital transformation to refine customer experience

PHOENIX (April 18) —Michael Reagin, MBA, will join Banner Health’s senior leadership team in June, in the newly created role of executive vice president, chief technology officer. Reagin will be responsible for IT, data strategy and digital transformation to ensure digital tools and systems are interconnected in a way that best meets patients’ needs. 

“Mike is a very important addition to our senior leadership team. His insights and experience will be crucial to lead our tech infrastructure, data analytics and digital experience transformation plan,” said Amy Perry, President of Banner Health. “Technology affects every part of our lives, and it is vital to ensure our digital tools and systems are advanced and interconnected to meet the highest expectations of our care delivery teams, physicians and consumers.

With more than 27 years of experience leading innovation, information technology, and digital strategy for top-ranked health care organizations, Reagin has been on the forefront of identifying and implementing strategies using technology to improve health care quality, patient experience, efficiency, and safety. 

He has held leadership roles in health care technology with other top health care organizations, including Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Sentara Healthcare/Optima Health Plan, and, most recently, Sharp Healthcare. 

Reagin has received numerous industry honors including the 2023 SoCal Orbie CIO in HealthCare, Becker’s 2023 Hospitals and Health System CIOs to Know, Top 100 Chief Information Officers, and Health IT and Imaging Magazine’s Top 25 Most Innovative People in Health Care IT. 

He is a certified health care chief information officer through the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives.

Banner Health is one of the largest, secular nonprofit health care systems in the country. In addition to 33 hospitals, Banner also operates an academic medicine division, Banner – University Medicine, and Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center, a partnership with one of the world’s leading cancer programs, MD Anderson Cancer Center. Banner’s array of services includes a health insurance division, employed physician groups, outpatient surgery centers, urgent care locations, home care and hospice services, retail pharmacies, stand-alone imaging centers, physical therapy and rehabilitation, behavioral health services, a research division and a nursing registry. To make health care easier, 100% of Banner-employed doctors are available for virtual visits and patients may also reserve spots at Banner Urgent Care locations and can book appointments online with many Banner-employed doctors. Headquartered in Arizona, Banner Health also has locations in California, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada and Wyoming. For more information, visit

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