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Greg Moore leads medical missions in Honduras with Mission to the World, a Presbyterian charitable organization. (Microsoft Photo)

Dr. Gregory Moore has joined Microsoft as corporate vice president of health technology and alliances. Moore made the jump from Google, where he was vice president of Google Cloud Healthcare & Life Sciences. Prior to Google, he served as chief emerging technology and informatics officer at Geisinger, a health system in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Moore is working with Peter Lee, corporate vice president of Microsoft Healthcare, which has been actively rolling out tech solutions for healthcare, such as Microsoft Teams for hospitals and a cloud-based API for health record sharing. Microsoft also recently signed a long-term partnership with pharmacy giant Walgreens Boots Alliance to develop healthcare technologies.

Microsoft last week announced that it will shut down its medical record service HealthVault, marking an end to one of its early efforts into healthcare as the company focuses on cloud and AI services for healthcare providers.

“Clearly, managing such partner-focused collaborative efforts is one of the most important things we need to get right, and that starts with choosing the right leader,” Lee wrote in a blog post.

“Greg will be taking on the key responsibility to shepherd the dedicated research and development collaborations with our strategic partners, to deliver next-generation technologies and experiences for healthcare. He will bring into these partnerships the new AI and machine learning solutions that are being developed across Microsoft, to enable personalized care and empower care teams.”

Moore also works with the charitable organization Mission to the World to lead medical teams on missions to provide care in rural villages in Honduras.

Stephanie Burns. (StubHub Photo)

StubHub hired Stephanie Burns as vice president and general counsel. Burns spent the past 15 years at Amazon, where she led legal teams that assisted Amazon across transportation and logistics, drone delivery, robotics, Prime Now, customer fulfillment, customer service, product, and social responsibility.

StubHub also announced the hiring of Arnie Katz as chief product and technology officer. Katz was most recently the senior director of customer experience and innovation for the online grocery program at Walmart.

Michael Erisman. (Pushpay Photo)

Michael Erisman signed on to join Pushpay as chief people officer. Erisman was most recently vice president and general manager of global human resources at DocuSign.

Pushpay creates mobile platforms for nonprofit organizations to gather donations. The company has offices in Redmond, Wash. and Auckland, New Zealand.

Prior to DocuSign, Erisman held human resources leadership roles at software company Parallels, Microsoft and PepsiCo. He teaches courses related to labor and employment at Seattle Pacific University’s School of Business.

“Michael is a highly experienced business leader with a proven track record of building successful human resources teams and developing global people strategies worldwide,” Pushpay CEO Chris Heaslip said in a statement. “His extensive experience in guiding people-centered business initiatives and proven ability to attract, retain and engage top talent, will be instrumental for our growth plans.”

S. Subbiah was named chief product officer at Zemax, a company that makes software used in the development of optical equipment like telescopes, lidar systems and smartphone cameras.

Cadence Aerospace promoted Jacob Haynes to be group controller of the company’s Washington State division. Cadence creates aerospace components and assemblies for commercial spaceflight and defense customers.

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