Happtique Names Ben Chodor New CEO

Start-Up Expert Brings Wealth of Healthcare Technology Experience to Unique Company

NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --  Happtique, Inc., the first total mobile solution for healthcare, has named Ben Chodor as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He will lead Happtique's mission to give healthcare enterprises—like hospitals, continuing care facilities, and physician practices—secure, individually branded, multi-platform application stores that support employee and patient mobile technology use.

Chodor brings 25 years of healthcare, pharmaceutical, technology, and start-up experience to Happtique, most recently as Sr. Vice President of Global Streaming & Virtual Events at InterCall. In 2004 he founded Stream57, a video streaming firm he successfully grew and sold in 2010 to InterCall, the world's largest business conferencing provider. Prior to launching Stream57 he produced videos and executed live events for a variety of clients and was instrumental in developing the Patient Locator system for the City of New York, which tracked patients at hospitals in the wake of the September 11 tragedy.

"Mobile health is the future of healthcare, and Happtique has positioned itself as a true game-changer in the effort to connect providers, patients, and technology," said Chodor. "Happtique's comprehensive mHealth approach, from curation to certification to deployment, inspired me to join the team and help take Happtique to the next level."

"Ben's entire career has positioned him to successfully guide Happtique's continued evolution and growth," said Happtique President Corey Ackerman. "We welcome his vast industry knowledge and vision."

"I have had the pleasure of working with Ben over the years and seeing firsthand his technology, development, and innovation skills," said Happtique founder and Managing Director Lee H. Perlman. His leadership and expertise will bring tremendous value to Happtique and the entire mobile health community."

Happtique is the first total mobile solution developed by healthcare professionals, for healthcare professionals. Happtique offers healthcare enterprises—like hospitals, continuing care facilities, and physician practices—the ability to create individually branded, secure, multi-platform app stores that support employee and patient mobile technology use. Happtique is a subsidiary of GNYHA Ventures, Inc., the business arm of the Greater New York Hospital Association.




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