Fumihiko Hayashida To Drive Digital Transformation In Konica...

Fumihiko Hayashida To Drive Digital Transformation In Konica Minolta Healthcare As New President And Ceo

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Fuihiko Hayashida will lead the company's digital transformation and accelerate Konica Minolta Healthcare's IT and services solution as its new CEO and President.

Fremont, CA: "I look forward to working with the exceptional team that David has assembled to continue our growth across the Americas and further our digital transformation with new capabilities that help our customers transform their delivery of healthcare to patients," comments Fumihiko Hayashida. Fumihiko has been appointed as the next President and CEO of Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. He will take over for David Widmann.

“As we continue to innovate imaging and IT technologies, bringing new capabilities to our customers, expanding our digital footprint across Latin America and redesigning the service experience, we will work in concert with our partners and customers to support their goals and continue to grow our business.” adds Fumihiko.

Fumi previously served as President of the company's Brazilian healthcare division, where he led strong revenue growth over the previous three years. In 2014, he joined Konica Minolta as the worldwide manager of all of Konica Minolta Healthcare's overseas sales activities. Fumi will lead the continuous digital transformation (DX) of the healthcare business and technology strategy, pushing the company's advancements in Digital Radiography, Ultrasound, Healthcare IT, and Services Solutions.

“Over the last decade, Konica Minolta Healthcare has significantly expanded its portfolio of solutions through acquisitions and the development of advanced digital imaging and information management technologies,” states David. “I am honored to have been entrusted with initiating the companys digital transformation and know that the company's ongoing investment in DX under Fumi's leadership will result in continued success.”

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