Randall Arvay Named Duke Health Chief Technology Officer
Randall Arvay, Ph.D., has been named chief technology officer for Duke Health, effective Nov. 1.
Since joining Duke Health in 2019, Arvay has led IT teams in the enhancement of cybersecurity measures and pioneered digital transformations for patient care, research, and operations. He most recently served as interim chief technology officer at Duke Health.
Prior to joining Duke, Arvay was a chief information security officer at top academic medical centers, including Duke Health, the University of Utah, and the University of Utah Health, in addition to a distinguished career as an officer in the U.S. Army.
"Randy is an executive leader with a profound technical background in information technology and the strategic implementation of emerging technology,” said Jeffrey Ferranti, M.D., Duke Health's senior vice president and chief digital officer.
Arvay holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the U.S. Military Academy, a master’s degree in information systems from Hawaii Pacific University, and a doctorate in software engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School. He previously served as an assistant professor at the United States Naval Academy and is an adjunct associate professor at Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering.