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Former Leidos Exec Wilson Ariza Named OptumServe Veteran & Military Health Business VP

Wilson Ariza

Wilson Ariza, former vice president of health information management at Leidos (NYSE: LDOS), has been appointed VP of the veteran and military health business at OptumServe, G2Xchange Health reported Thursday.

He brings healthcare program management experience in the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs to his new role at OptumServe.

Before Leidos, he was associate director of simulation-based medical training at the VA’s National Simulation Center from November 2013 to March 2018.

Ariza worked for the U.S. Army between April 2003 and November 2014. He served as executive director for the military service’s medical simulation program, chief of readiness branch in the Army Office of the Surgeon General, director of product development and deployment in the Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems and chief information officer at Darnall Army Medical Center.

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