CIO | Chief Architect | Technology Strategy | Health Tech | Digital Transformation
Benjamin Dai is a technology strategist and transformation leader who brings exceptional executive guidance to StrataFusion. His background is built on a foundation of Fortune 100 global expertise ranging from health technology delivery and enterprise architecture to biomedical informatics, portfolio management, analytics, governance, privacy, compliance, and end-to-end software delivery. Benjamin brings a focused interest to the intersection of technology, disruptive innovation, enterprise collaboration, and workforce wellness, all through the lens of transformation in the digital age.
Most recently, Benjamin led the transformation of his internal consulting organization at Kaiser into a trusted partnership culture, a proactive approach for developing business technology strategies with multi-year investment roadmaps resulting in 400 lives saved in the first year alone. Moreover, he spearheaded an enterprise technology strategy and application portfolio rationalization across all business segments and regions for a $1 billion operating portfolio.
In addition, Benjamin served at Stanford Medical as the Chief Software Architect at their National Center for Biomedical Ontologies. His work at Method and Disney focused on business transformation programs for enterprise solutions (e.g., Method EPR and CRM and the Disney Enterprise Portal), across a spectrum of business functions. Much of his work paved the way for success with 2020’s remote workforce transition.
SIM San Francisco (joined Feb 2021)
My eHealth (joined Dec 2020
Dai B.Y., Sinha U., Taira R., Thompson L., Dionisio J.D., Kangarloo H. “The Next Step – From Free-Text Reports to Structured-Standardized Representations.” Imaging Economics, Volume 13, Number 3, Spring 2000
Sinha U., Dai B.Y., Johnson D.B., Taira R., Dionisio J.D., Tashima G., Golamco M., Kangarloo H. “Structured Radiology Reporting - Interactive System for Generation and Visualization of Structured Findings of Radiology Reports.” American Journal of Roentgenology, September 2000
Awards & Recognition
CERTIFICATE OF MERIT – RSNA InfoRAD, 1999, Dictated Radiology Report to a Standardized Representation, B.Y. Dai, U. Sinha, L. Thompson, R. Taira, J.D. Dionisio, H. Kangarloo
CERTIFICATE OF MERIT – RSNA InfoRAD, 1998, Using Speech Recognition and Natural Language Processing for Semi-automatic Structured Reporting, B.Y. Dai, J.D. Dionisio, U. Sinha, D. Johnson, R. Taira, H. Kangarloo