Growth Drives Expansion of HealthGrid’s Leadership Team
FEBRUARY 13, 2018, ORLANDO, FLORIDA – HealthGrid, an enterprise and mobile patient engagement solution, today reported performance highlights from fiscal 2017 and set expectations for continued growth in 2018.
HealthGrid completed more than 115 CareNotify™ implementations in 2017 and added 15 flagship accounts, including thousands of contracted physicians.
“We closed the year with a 70% total revenue growth over the prior year and an increase in human capital greater than 55%. We expect 2018 to be a similarly robust growth year,” announced HealthGrid CEO Raj Toleti.
During fiscal 2017, the company also announced several key partnerships, including: GE Healthcare’s Centricty Partner program, Microsoft’s US Independent Software Vendor Marketing Development and Iatric Systems.
HealthGrid’s CareNotify™ solution achieved certification for Meaningful Use (MU3) and Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). CareNotify was also recognized with Microsoft’s Health Innovation Award for its role in transforming the health information technology industry.
Stellar results drove the expansion of HealthGrid’s executive leadership team. In 2017, Toleti strategically added senior executives to support the company’s growth, long-term success and rapid adoption of its patient engagement platform.
Marc Andiel, Executive Vice President, Corporate Development, is responsible for account management and channel partner development, focusing on growing current business and establishing new sales channels for HealthGrid.
Jeff McGeath, Executive Vice President, Enterprise Solutions, leads all aspects of enterprise solutions delivery, including project management, analysis and quality assurance, and will help define the customer care solutions infrastructure.
Prior to joining HealthGrid, Andiel and McGeath held executive leadership roles at a leading EHR integration provider. In 2006, they co-founded Accent on Integration, which was acquired in 2013.
Ed Corns, Executive Vice President, Client Operations, is charged with responsibility for overseeing all operations as they relate to users, including support and business intelligence reporting. Ed has more than 25 years of operational management experience with provider healthcare firms. Previously, Corns was Vice President of Physician Practice Services for Community Health Systems.
Shane Streufert, Chief Financial Officer, oversees all financial aspects of the company. Prior to joining HealthGrid, he served as CFO at PlanSource, a cloud-based benefits administration and human capital management software firm.
“These key additions strengthen our leadership team and further position HealthGrid for strong growth in 2018,” said Toleti.