Inofile Taps Jon Elwell as CEO [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
(Health & Beauty Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Inofile has announced the appointment of Jon Elwell as its CEO, who will guide the healthcare technology company as it expands its reach through new products, partnerships and business growth.
Used today in settings ranging from independent clinics to large healthcare systems to public health organizations, Inofile technology connects the healthcare continuum with lightweight, standards-based solutions that deliver timely, accurate and secure patient information.
Inofile said that Elwell joins the Company from the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA), where he served as vice president of Healthcare and helped hardware and software technology companies strengthen and grow their service lines. Prior to the TSIA, Elwell held several executive positions with responsibilities spanning sales and healthcare strategy during a 17-year career with IKON Office Solutions and Ricoh Corp.
"Jon is a proven leader who brings distinct technology expertise, healthcare industry understanding and a comprehensive vision of how Inofile will transform healthcare to our team," said Therasa Bell, founder, president and chief technology officer for Inofile. "Inofile is poised to grow significantly with several notable milestones in our immediate future. Jon's guidance will be critical to ensuring we capture the tremendous opportunities ahead."
"I'm excited to join a team with such formidable talent and the unified vision to create vital links that simplify healthcare," noted Elwell. "I've long admired Therasa and her team's passion for improving the quality of care by addressing the challenges of unstructured patient information head on, providing lightweight solutions that are accessible to any setting where patients are a focus. Inofile is destined to solve some of the most pervasive challenges facing healthcare today."
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