Edward Marx

Chief Digital Officer

Tech Mahindra Health and Life Sciences

Ed serves as Chief Digital Officer for Tech Mahindra Health & Life Sciences. He partners with clients in the provider, payor, pharma and bio-tech industries to achieve digital transformation.

Ed began his healthcare career in high school while a janitor at a local hospital. After graduation, he continued his journey serving as a medic and anesthesia technician. The traumatic birth of his first daughter proved a life changing event that caused him to pivot towards technology. Since that day, he has remained passionate about digital transformation to enable superior clinical and business outcomes. Ed went on to serve as Chief Information Officer for Cleveland Clinic, NYC Health & Hospitals, Texas Health Resources and University Hospitals of Cleveland. Concurrently, Ed served 15 years in the Army Reserve as a combat medic and combat engineer officer.

Edward is the author of 5 books including the 2019 healthcare bestseller “Voices of Innovation”. His new book, “Healthcare Digital Transformation; How Consumerism, Technology and Pandemic are Accelerating the Future” is already the 2020 bestseller. Ed has co-written a book with his wife on maintaining passion in marriage, to be released Fall of 2020.

Ed received his Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Master of Science in design, merchandising, and consumer sciences, both from Colorado State University.

Ed is married to Simran and they have five children and four grandchildren. Both wellness fanatics, they love to dance, workout together and hike throughout the world. A heart attack and cancer survivor, Ed is a 7-time member of TeamUSA Triathlon and continues to compete globally for the national team.


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It takes many, many years for modern digital practice to be folded into clinician training. You would think that they’re learning all the digital tools. Remote patient monitoring and virtual care, but they’re not. When my wife was picking her dissertation, I said pick virtual care, pick digital medicine, because that is the future.
Trust has eroded in so many different verticals. You’ve seen the reports, especially in politics. The one that has been maintained is doctors and nurses. They have always had trust. So I would leverage that trust and really make sure my clinicians felt like their job had meaning and that they have the ability to influence the organization.

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