As CTIS enters into its 25th year, we feel fortunate to have Mehul Shah’s leadership as his career in the healthcare sector is distinguished by his ability to develop and manage innovative information technology programs.
Rockville, MD (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
Mr. Mehul Shah has recently been appointed as the President of CTIS, Inc., beginning his tenure on July 20, 2012. CTIS provides information technology solutions to health systems and institutions, healthcare professionals, research organizations, and payors to support their goals in serving patients.
Mr. Shah previously served as CTIS’ Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer and managed all aspects of the innovation process to identify strategies, business opportunities and new technologies. Prior to that, he served as CTIS’ Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) and was responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations.
He has over 18 years of experience working with multiple Fortune 50 companies in the IT field, focusing on healthcare, manufacturing and finance industries. He has received his Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University in India and has achieved his Six Sigma black belt certification along with CMMI Level 5 and PCMM Level 5 ratings.
CTIS' CEO, Mr. Raj Shah says, “As CTIS enters into its 25th year, we feel fortunate to have Mehul Shah’s leadership as his career in the healthcare sector is distinguished by his ability to develop and manage innovative information technology programs.”
Mr. Shah has a proven record of innovative and strategic leadership and outstanding entrepreneurial and organizational skills. He has devoted his career to improving health through information technology on a global scale and he brings the same energy, vision and expertise to CTIS through his leadership.
For more information, visit - http://www.ctisinc.com
CTIS is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CSGI. CTIS has a proven history in providing total informatics solutions to the healthcare sector. CTIS' informatics solutions converge health sciences, information technology, process reengineering, total quality management, and organizational effectiveness in order to optimize the capture, storage, and use of information in health and biomedical sciences.