Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) February 25, 2016
Excel Medical, the leader in Next-Generation Medical Device Integration™, today announced the appointment of Kelly Arnold to the new position of Vice President, Interoperability Solutions. Arnold brings more than 20 years of hands-on sales and management experience to the position, including 14 years at GE Healthcare and a clinical enterprise focus on cardiology, monitors and ventilators.
As VP, Interoperability Solutions, Arnold is responsible for the strategic direction, business development and adoption of Excel's medical device integration (MDI) platform by healthcare systems nationwide. He will partner with Excel’s commercial team, industry organizations and corporate partners.
"Kelly has a tremendous track record working with innovative healthcare companies and technologies. He is passionate about helping hospitals achieve their internal goals while improving patient care,” said Lance Burton, General Manager of Excel Medical. “As our company continues to re-define the boundaries of the medical device integration and interoperability category, Kelly has one of the most informed, astute perspectives on the challenges and opportunities ahead.”
With two decades in the healthcare and medical device technology sector, Arnold possesses deep domain knowledge of cardiology and hospital operations. He joined Excel almost a year ago as Director of Business Development, Central U.S.
Mr. Arnold holds a MBA from Christian Brothers University.
About Excel Medical
Excel Medical is an industry innovator in medical device data acquisition, storage, and clinical integration across the hospital enterprise. Its products transform clinical workflow by liberating data and making it more accessible to clinicians through untethered access and Next-Generation Medical Device IntegrationTM with electronic medical records (EMR). Excel’s technologies have direct impact on improving patient safety and care, workflow efficiency, and decreasing institutional risk. Partnering with IBM’s TJ Watson Laboratory since 2011, Excel has developed a first-of-a-kind clinical streaming analytics platform that is shaping the future of critical care medicine. Excel’s products are used by more than 80% of the top medical centers and children’s hospitals in the United States. The company is headquartered in Jupiter, Florida, and has customers throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. For more information, visit http://www.excel-medical.com.