Central Logic Names Healthcare Veteran to Executive Advisory Board

Senior Vice President and General Manager of Lean Solutions at Healthcare Performance Partners becomes seventh advisory board member

SALT LAKE CITY--()--Central Logic, a leading provider of innovative transfer center, on-call scheduling solutions, today, announced the addition of healthcare industry veteran Rick Malik to its executive advisory board. Malik is the senior vice president and general manager for Lean Solutions at Healthcare Performance Partners.

“The depth of Rick’s industry knowledge and experience is an immediate asset to the advisory board”

Central Logic established the Executive Advisory Board in late 2016. The advisory board works to develop, broaden and expand the company’s solutions to provide greater visibility into the entire patient care continuum.

“The depth of Rick’s industry knowledge and experience is an immediate asset to the advisory board,” said Central Logic President and CEO Jennifer Holmes. “He has served in a variety of roles across the healthcare spectrum and brings a strong capacity management expertise that will help drive Central Logic toward our goals and expectations. We are honored to have him join and enhance our already exceptional Advisory Board.”

Malik held several consulting and sales leadership roles in the medical diagnostic & device arena before moving to work with Johnson & Johnson. There, he began as a regional health systems executive in the northeast and went on to lead a Worldwide Lean Healthcare Consulting organization where he was responsible for profit and loss (P&L) management, business strategy development, sales, marketing, consulting, training and management of consulting resources globally.

“I look forward to the opportunity to work with a company like Central Logic that is so strongly focused on innovating and revolutionizing the HIT market,” said Malik. “I welcome the opportunity to be a part of an advisory board that works together to come up with ideas and strategies to improve the patient care continuum by utilizing real-time, actionable data systems for Central Logic’s clients.”

Malik holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from Slippery Rock University and spent eight years at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Clinical Laboratories.

He is the seventh member of Central Logic’s Advisory Board joining Board Chair Dr. Barry Chaiken (DocsNetwork. LTD., founder) and board members Gene Thomas (Memorial Hospital Chief Information Officer), Dr. Abraham Warshaw (New York healthcare executive), Dane DeLozier (entrepreneur), Collin Lane (Carolinas Healthcare System Vice President) and John O’Shea (Surgeon and Health Policy Expert).

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.


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