SALT LAKE CITY--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Central Logic, which recently launched the first web-based technology to operationalize care coordination – Central Logic Patient Connect – has added Gene Thomas, chief information officer at Memorial Hospital, to its Executive Advisory Board.
“Uniting his specific skills with Central Logic’s game-changing health technology solutions, including Patient Connect, will further drive innovation forward at Central Logic.”
Central Logic is the healthcare industry’s leading provider of innovative transfer center, on-call scheduling technology and innovative data solutions. Memorial Hospital represents 3,600 community hospitals in the United States and is based in Mississippi.
“Gene brings nearly three decades of executive level management experience working with technology-based companies,” said Barry Chaiken, MD, chairman of the executive advisory board. “Uniting his specific skills with Central Logic’s game-changing health technology solutions, including Patient Connect, will further drive innovation forward at Central Logic.”
Thomas also currently serves as president of Advance Bio/Chem, Inc. in New York. He was previously the chief executive officer, chairman of the board, and director of South Carolina-based Avreo, Inc., and vice president of sales and marketing and vice president of business development for five years at Micron Electronics, Inc. There, he helped Micron grow from a start-up to a Fortune 1000 corporation with more than $2 billion in revenue. Thomas also has held senior management positions at CompuAdd Computer Corp in the United Kingdom.
“The executive advisory board was formed to convene thought leaders and industry experts as we develop new, groundbreaking solutions to positively impact the entire patient care continuum,” said Jennifer Holmes, Central Logic board chair and CEO. “Gene has spent his career successfully leading and cultivating organizations to grow financially and in reputation. His appointment to the board is another key step in our commitment to pushing the envelope of critical health IT advances.”
Thomas currently sits on the Health Catalyst advisory board and is a board member and shareholder of Innosurance, a technology company that patented and trademarked the Driver Safety Rating (DSR™) and sold the intellectual property to Allstate.
He joins Chaiken and other recently announced Central Logic executive advisory board members including New York healthcare executive Abraham Warshaw, MD, and entrepreneur Dane DeLozier.
Central Logic formed the executive advisory board in early Q3 2016 to bring together industry leaders to help guide the company into the future.
About Central Logic: As the healthcare industry’s leading provider of innovative web-based data technology, Central Logic’s team works collaboratively with more than 500 hospitals and thousands of healthcare professionals – including physicians, administrators and healthcare staff – to operationalize transfer center, on-call scheduling, care coordination and population health management with comprehensive patient analytics and real-time reporting solutions. Its flagship solution, Central Logic Patient Connect, was launched in 2016 and uniquely gives visibility to real-time patient data from inside and outside a hospital’s four walls. Founded in 2005, the company helps hospitals and systems standardize processes, centralize actionable data and operationalize care coordination.