Jump Technologies Adds Healthcare Technology Business Veterans to Its Board of Directors [Health & Beauty Close - Up]
(Health & Beauty Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Jump Technologies, a company combining smart technology with the convenience of cloud computing for supply-chain management solutions, announced that healthcare technology veterans Angie Franks and Steve Fanning have joined its Board of Directors.
According to a release, each brings more than 20 years of experience in this field, and will provide insight into the challenges facing the healthcare industry and how technology can help improve cost, quality and outcomes.
Angie Franks has broad management and marketing experience in healthcare, serving small rural hospitals, physician clinics and long-term care organizations. The former Healthland president and CEO is well known and respected as a veteran of hospital and healthcare issues. While at Healthland, Franks drove exceptional revenue growth margin increase while launching and supporting two electronic medical records platforms. Before becoming vice president of market development with Lawson Software, she was head of sales and marketing for GeoAccess (geographic information systems software for health insurance), which was sold to Ingenix (now OptumInsight), a strategic consultancy for the healthcare industry.
Fanning, Infor vice president of healthcare industry strategy, has hands-on experience at healthcare clinics and multinational companies. With a successful record in developing strategic information technology solutions, he has a practical vision of how to make businesses better through supply chain and procurement, enterprise financial systems and related compliance, business intelligence and cloud computing. He held several executive management positions, including director of global healthcare strategy at Infor, healthcare industry strategy director at Lawson Software (now Infor), and managing director and principal at Lingo Technologies, a NetSuite solution provider. He also served on the Board of Directors for the ASU Health Care Supply Chain Research consortium and was an executive participant in the Strategic Marketplace Initiative (SMI).
Jump Technologies President and CEO John Freund said, "Steve and Angie bring over 40 years of combined experience and understanding of the healthcare supply chain. I look forward to leveraging that knowledge in our quest to simplify inventory management for the healthcare industry resulting in significant cost savings and ROI, as well as greater employee satisfaction in focusing more on patient care and less on supplies."
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