News | Radiology Business | May 11, 2022

Noted industry veteran joins leading healthcare information technology company 

Noted industry veteran joins leading healthcare information technology company  Dave Wilson

Dave Wilson


May 11, 2022 — Enlitic, a leading AI healthcare company, has welcomed Dave Wilson as the vice president of marketing and communications. In his role at Enlitic, he will oversee the organization’s marketing and communication initiatives, both key to the organization’s brand reputation and consumer support. 

“Dave’s extensive experience in healthcare marketing and communications is unmatched, which makes him a key addition to our team,” said Jim Conyers, CEO of Enlitic. “With his knowledge and insight, Dave has implemented a new strategic communications approach that will continue to elevate the status of our organization. Paired with his hands-on experience within the radiology industry, our clients will benefit from his knowledge to better serve their staff and patients. I look forward to his continued growth within our team.” 

Wilson’s career in healthcare began in nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging. He has worked in various healthcare specialties, including orthopedics, radiology, cardiology, VNA software, and storage and infrastructure devices. Prior to joining Enlitic, Wilson served as senior director of corporate communications, sales and marketing Informatics for Fujifilm Healthcare Americas where he oversaw the strategic direction of VidiStar and drove improvement and growth initiatives. 

Prior to his time at Fujifilm, he worked in several senior roles for Hitachi Insight Group, most recently as the head of global healthcare. He has also held various positions at Agfa Healthcare Inc., Cedara Software, and Royal Victoria Hospital in Canada. 

For more information: www.enlitic.com

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