(PRWEB) June 07, 2018
ACT.md, a national provider of healthcare collaboration software, has named Amy Vreeland, MS, Chief Commercial Officer of the company. Vreeland brings to ACT.md over 25 years of entrepreneurial and leadership experience in health information technology, health information exchange, and enterprise digital transformation.
At ACT.md, Vreeland assumes leadership of the company’s business development, sales, and marketing functions to help ACT.md continue to expand their national network of healthcare provider, payer, and research customers. She will also support the company’s product, engineering, and account services teams as they continue to empower ACT.md’s customers with technology and services that help care teams, patients, families, and community partners act together to make health happen, wherever they are.
“We’re very excited to welcome Amy Vreeland, with her deep experience in healthcare IT innovation, to the ACT.md team,” said Ted Quinn, CEO and Co-Founder of ACT.md. “She shares our vision and passion for doing things differently in healthcare, and she is a strong evangelist for the power of precision care coordination enabled by our healthcare collaboration hub.”
As a cofounder of lifeIMAGE, Vreeland helped commercialize a first-to-market medical image network that connects hospitals, physicians, and patients with shared diagnostic imaging information via a cloud and platform. She is also the founder of Imaging Strategies, a company providing advisory services to health systems and healthcare IT companies. Prior to lifeIMAGE and Imaging Strategies, she was the Vice President of Client Services at AMICAS (subsequently acquired by Merge Healthcare, an IBM company) which was twice ranked “Best in KLAS” under her leadership. She currently serves on the Advisory Board of VIZ.ai, an applied AI healthcare company.
“We feel healthcare delivery is at an inflection point. Value-based care is starting to be realized, and states and payers are innovating on new care models that meaningfully change people’s lives, and the cost curve,” said Vreeland. “We will soon announce our work with California’s Whole Person Care programs, and LTSS programs (Long Term Services and Supports) in Massachusetts. We are so excited to be engaged in these new care models which combine medical care coordination with support for the social determinants of health.”