Health Care DataWorks Adds Experience to the Management Team with Announcement of Michael Collett as Vice President of Sales

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Talented healthcare executive to provide sales leadership, advance sales strategies that contribute to company growth, and boost support for present and future customers.

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I understand the importance of business intelligence in cutting operational costs and managing budgets effectively, and have a passion for using technology to improve the quality of patient care.

Health Care DataWorks, Inc., (HCD) today announced the appointment of healthcare technology sales veteran Michael Collett to the position of vice president of sales. In this role, Collett will be responsible for business development, strategic sales plans and consistent sales execution to ensure company growth. He joins a leadership team that continues to strategically evolve to meet the changing needs of an expanding customer base.

Collett comes to HCD with over 20 years of enterprise software sales experience in healthcare and business intelligence. He has a solid track record of working with large, complex hospital systems to build lasting customer relationships. As vice president of sales, Collett will manage all aspects of operational sales and further develop and expand the sales team.

“Mike joins HCD with valuable years of experience leading sales teams in healthcare technology companies, with a proven track record for exceeding sales goals, expanding customer bases and driving customer satisfaction,” said Jason Buskirk, Health Care DataWorks CEO. “An understanding of the importance of business intelligence to improve healthcare and his ability to react to industry trends make him the ideal choice to join our management team. Under Mike’s leadership, we are confident that HCD will continue to grow as one of the leading providers of business intelligence solutions and healthcare analytics.”

Most recently, Collett was vice president of North American sales for Caradigm, a Microsoft – GE joint venture, where he developed the sales methodology and led a sales team that consistently achieved sales targets and maximized sales opportunities. Prior to Caradigm, Collett was director of sales for the Microsoft Health Solutions Group, where he built and executed a robust opportunity pipeline and was named top sales director for two consecutive years. In addition, Collett spent three years as regional vice president for Sentillion, Inc. (acquired by Microsoft in 2010), where he was responsible for selling identity and access management solutions to healthcare providers across the Southeast region. Collett also served as vice president of sales at HealthCast, Inc., where he spent six years organizing and implementing corporate sales and marketing activities and increased total customer base from two to more than 130 hospitals. In addition, Collett held several positions at ProxyMed.

“HCD is an industry-leading provider of healthcare business intelligence, and I’m excited to play a role in developing and implementing sales strategies that will have a positive impact on the company’s growth,” Collett said. “I understand the importance of business intelligence in cutting operational costs and managing budgets effectively, and have a passion for using technology to improve the quality of patient care. I am eager to join HCD and use my experience in healthcare technology to help both present and future customers use business intelligence that make their organizations more successful.”

Health Care DataWorks, Inc.

Health Care DataWorks, Inc., a leading provider of business intelligence solutions, empowers healthcare organizations to improve their quality of care and reduce costs. Through its pioneering KnowledgeEdge™ product suite, including its enterprise data model, analytic dashboards, applications and reports, Health Care DataWorks delivers an Enterprise Data Warehouse necessary for hospitals and health systems to effectively and efficiently gain deeper insights into their operations. For more information, visit

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