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Compressus Names Joe Lavelle as COO

Tue, 12/04/2012 - 2:25pm
Bio-Medicine.Org

WASHINGTON, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Compressus, a medical software company offering a proven interoperability and workflow platform to the rapidly growing healthcare IT market, announced that Joe Lavelle is joining the company as Chief Operations Officer.  

Lavelle has worked in the healthcare industry for nearly 20 years in management consulting and information technology creating innovative services and solutions to improve adoption, return on investment and satisfaction of healthcare information systems.  Lavelle's experience at industry leading consulting firms (Cap Gemini, Accenture, First Consulting Group) has given him unprecedented access and insights into the strategic needs of healthcare systems.  He has a track record of building teams to create and deliver solutions for those needs with maximum return on investment.  Lavelle is also a career coach, published author and blogger, and social media expert who has been dedicated to increasing the career growth and opportunities for his teams, customers and clients.

"We are very excited to have Joe join Compressus," says John Macfarlane, CEO of Compressus. "Joe's diverse talents and deep healthcare IT and operational experience will be invaluable to our team as we deliver the MEDxConnect4 to our customers. MEDxConnect4 is arguably the only clinical workflow solution that transcends the geographic, financial, and systematic barriers of the virtual healthcare enterprise to provide unprecedented flexibility and efficiency with improved patient care.  I know that Joe will make an exceptional contribution to the success of our customers and our team and I could not be more pleased to welcome him to Compressus." 

Designed to improve physician productivity, reduce Enterprise expansion costs and improve patient care and safety, the MEDxConnect System supports best of breed subspecialty solutions and worklist customization. Using a vendor-neutral, highly
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