DSS, Inc. Announces Senior Hires to Support Company Growth

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Adding internal resources to meet clear market need for better HIT.

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“These important hires will enable DSS to reach more care organizations and help them use advanced technology to improve healthcare delivery and patient outcomes,” said Mark Byers, President and CEO of DSS.

Document Storage Systems, Inc. (DSS, Inc.), a leading provider of health information technology (HIT) solutions for federal, private, and public healthcare organizations, today announced the addition of three senior hires that will support the continued growth of the company and the adoption of better HIT technology.

Christopher Kunney will serve as Chief of Strategy and Business Development at DSS. A senior level HIT executive and strategist, Kunney’s recent roles include serving as Senior Vice President at the Coker Group; Managing Partner of IOTECH Consulting; Director of Emerging HIT for AT&T; Vice President and COO at HealthNovation; and CIO, Piedmont Healthcare. He was a recipient of the 2006 Minority Scholarship Award from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).

Roy Hammar will serve as Chief of Client Engagement. Hammar is an experienced healthcare sales and consulting executive with a demonstrated history of success working with complex health systems. His experience includes Healthcare IT Sales and Consulting, Client Relationship Management, and Software Implementation. Before joining DSS, he worked at Cerner for 21 years.

Todd Mingo will serve as General Manager of Sales at Sage HMS, a DSS Inc. company. Mingo brings more than 25 years of sales and marketing leadership experience to DSS, Inc., with both Fortune 500 companies and healthcare start-ups. Most recently he served as Vice President of Sales for VasoHealthcare, and before that was a regional director for GE Healthcare. Mingo will lead the commercial focus and expansion for RadWise, an advanced diagnostic imaging solution, from Sage HMS.

“These important hires will enable DSS to reach more care organizations and help them use advanced technology to improve healthcare delivery and patient outcomes,” said Mark Byers, President and CEO of DSS. “Our technology takes better care of providers so they can take better care of their patients. The market response to new innovations like our Juno EHR and RadWise qCDSM has been strong, and the addition of three proven leaders like Christopher, Roy, and Todd will ensure we continue to grow to meet the demand. It’s an exciting time to be in HIT, and I’m thrilled these professionals decided to join DSS.”

Built on the top-rated most usable EHR in its class, the Juno EHR solution offers enhanced usability, interoperability, security, and efficiency. It provides a wide range of features including Patient Access and Engagement, core clinical process with Flowsheets, Surgical Management, Immunization Management, Pharmacy, Imaging, Laboratory integration for Emergency Department, Urgent Care, and owned ambulatory clinics.

RadWise, a Sage HMS solution, is a CMS qualified Clinical Decision Support Mechanism (qCDSM) that gives providers the ability to consult evidence-based knowledge for diagnostic imaging and receive appropriate use criteria (AUC) recommendations to meet CMS regulations for claims payment.

These advanced DSS technologies deliver on the original promise of HIT – reducing risk, improving efficiencies, and supporting high quality patient outcomes. To learn more about Juno EHR, visit https://www.dssinc.com/juno-ehr. To learn more about RadWise, visit https://www.sagehms.com/radwise.

About Document Storage Systems, Inc. (DSS, Inc.)
With over 25 years of experience, DSS knows what works. We are a health information software development and systems integration company, providing services and solutions used daily by thousands of clinicians and administrative staff nationwide, to reduce costs, streamline workflows, and improve patient care. For more information about DSS, visit http://www.dssinc.com.

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