Galen Healthcare Solutions Names Jason Carmichael as CEO

Galen Healthcare Solutions Names Jason Carmichael as CEO

HDMZAlan Zachary, 312-506-5220

Galen Healthcare Solutions, aservices and solutions company focusing on healthcare information technology, today announced that Jason Carmichael has been named Chief Executive Officer replacing Joel Splan who has held the position for the past two years.

Mr. Splan will continue to serve on the Galen Board of Directors and become CEO of PinpointCare, for which he has been Interim CEO during the past year. Pinpoint is a software company with a powerful platform for value-based payment models.

Mr. Carmichael says, “Joel Splan has done an amazing job in his tenure at Galen, instituting many operational changes, building a better company vision, and teaching us how to adapt to the rapidly changing healthcare IT landscape.”

Mr. Carmichael, Matt Nice and Steve McQueen founded Galen Healthcare Solutions in 2005. Mr. Nice will continue as Galen’s President and Mr. McQueen will remain Chairman. Mr. Carmichael, who has been Chief Operating Officer, is co-author of “The Electronic Physician: Guidelines for Implementing a Paperless Practice.”

The Company also announced the appointments of Mike Dow as Chief Information Officer, Erin Sain as Chief Operating Officer, Justin Campbell as Vice President of Marketing, and Ray Lape as Director of Technical Services.

Galen Healthcare Solutions (), established in 2005, provides leadership, implementation, optimization and technical services for health care professionals and provider groups. Including a wide range of services from initial EHR deployment to data migration, from project management to custom application development, Galen has partnered with more than 300 specialty practices, hospitals, and integrated delivery networks in providing extraordinary patient care.

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