Ryan Smith, a former senior vice president at data warehousing and analytics company Health Catalyst, is joining Intermountain Healthcare as a vice president and chief information officer June 29.
Smith replaces Marc Probst, who retires from his roles as vice president and CIO in July.
Smith's responsibilities as vice president and CIO will include leading digital consumer transformation and growth for the Salt Lake City-based system.
"Ryan is a proven leader who understands and exemplifies Intermountain's mission, vision and values and brings extensive experience in successfully managing complex, dynamic information systems," Dan Liljenquist, Intermountain's senior vice president and chief strategy officer, said in a statement.
At Health Catalyst, Smith advised healthcare executives on working with data and technology to streamline operations, support growth and increase quality, according to Intermountain officials.
Smith previously served as senior vice president and CIO at Banner Health in Phoenix. Before joining Banner Health, Smith had held various information technology leadership roles at Intermountain.
Smith worked at Intermountain from 1994 to 2013.
Smith holds an MBA-IT management degree from Western Governors University, an online university based in Salt Lake City.
Probst, who has worked at Intermountain for 17 years, announced his retirement in January after being named the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's 2019 CIO of the year.
Intermountain, a not-for-profit system with 24 hospitals and 215 clinics, reported revenues of $2.3 billion for 2020's first quarter, up 11.8% year-over-year, according to unaudited financial documents released last month. The system's net operating income for the quarter was $115 million, down from $193 million during the same period last year.