As companies are working on reopening and resuming operations post Covid-19, how they support their people can make all the difference. Employees are anxious over their job security and about their employer’s future. They may have constraints as a single parent or a person with disabilities, or as a caretaker of the elderly. They may need to learn new skills to support changing business needs. How are Business, IT, and HR leaders reopening the business, ensuring a safe, productive, inclusive, and rewarding working environment?
David Baker, Chief Information Officer, Pacific Dental Services
As Chief Information and Digital Officer and Senior Vice President, David Baker leads Pacific Dental Services’ Information Technology team in digitally empowering patients and further enabling clinicians through innovative technology solu... More View all posts
As Chief Information and Digital Officer and Senior Vice President, David Baker leads Pacific Dental Services’ Information Technology team in digitally empowering patients and further enabling clinicians through innovative technology solutions. Since joining PDS in October of 2016, David has focused on stabilizing the company’s core IT services to ensure operational excellence, providing seamless scalability as the company grows, and implementing continuous innovation to ensure that PDS stays ahead of the technology curve. David was named 2017’s “Innovator of the Year” by Orange County Business Journal and one of Computerworld’s Premier 100 IT Leaders in 2016. David is a proven international business and technology strategist with expertise in developing and leading world-class teams in building stable and scalable digital infrastructures. David has worked across multiple industries, including finance, telecom, eRetail, transportation, and health care and his experience ranges from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Less View all posts