CBTS, a major technology provider, providing communications, cloud, facilities and customer consulting solutions across North America, is happy to announce that Dustin Leek has joined the business as the CBTS Healthcare Practice Principal.
Leek joins Health First’s CBTS, where he served for six years as Vice President, Enterprise Technology Services. In this position, through partnerships with clinical and business executive management, Dustin set the strategic technical direction for the integrated healthcare distribution network.
The Health First Network comprises four hospitals across Central Florida and more than 100 offices and equipment. At Halifax Health in East Central Florida and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, Leek also held executive and management roles in healthcare.
Leek will share his knowledge and thought management with other healthcare managers in his new position with CBTS and will assist technical and sales resources at CBTS provide healthcare customers with excellent customer experience.
Leek is well aware of the difficulties faced by healthcare IT leaders every day in terms of budget, workforce and technology. My task is to partner with these managers and collectively define approaches that not only address their difficulties but eventually help deliver excellent patient care. CBTS has alternatives and products that address various healthcare IT problems and engineering talent to implement those solutions and products in a manner that delivers the maximum possible results.
Leek is an Ohio native who, as an airborne infantry leader, spent five years in the army. He holds a degree in computer science from Franklin University and an MBA from Central Florida University. Leek’s Florida-based.
The increasing practice of CBTS Healthcare brings important skills and knowledge to Dustin according to Greg Wheeler, U.S. Vice President. CBTS says that there is no replacement for experience, and Dustin is uniquely skilled to serve across our footprint as a trusted consultant to IT healthcare managers.”