Outcomes Health Information Solutions Hires New CIO

Senior Technology Solutions Executive, Jim Egan, Joins Outcomes’ Leadership Team

ALPHARETTA, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Outcomes Health Information Solutions, LLC (Outcomes) announced today the appointment of Jim Egan as the new Chief Information Officer. Mr. Egan has over 20 years of experience in healthcare technology and executive management experience in Fortune 50 companies. Gary Velasquez, CEO, said, “Jim Egan is a strong leader with senior level technology experience that we need as our growth continues to accelerate. We are excited to have Jim as part of the team to oversee Outcomes’ technology to better serve our expanding client base.”

Before joining Outcomes, Mr. Egan was CIO at Ingenix, an information solutions company, where he led the health information technology group of over 900 employees and managed a budget of over $200 million. Among his most recent accomplishments, he developed and executed a strategic plan that generated over $180 million of revenue in data warehouse development and analytics consulting. Mr. Egan also built a top-tier technology leadership team while enhancing systems and product stability.

Additionally, Mr. Egan was Senior Vice President of Technology at Cardinal Health, Inc., a Fortune 20 company, that distributed pharmaceuticals and medical supplies internationally. He also managed a department of 1000 IT professionals in 54 countries as CIO at Cardinal Health Pharmaceutical Distribution, supporting global technology and information strategy. Mr. Egan led the charge in creating a stable, flexible, and efficient technology infrastructure that supported operational needs. “Outcomes is an exciting place to be,” says Mr. Egan, “It’s the right company, in the right industry; and I joined at the right time. We are taking true value to market and I’m excited to be a part of this stage of the company’s growth.”

Mr. Egan has also held executive leadership roles at Enterprise Applications Development, Packard Bell Electronics, Inc., and HBO and Company (McKesson Information Systems). He holds two Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science and Geological Science from California State University.

Mr. Egan is responsible for overseeing Outcomes' information technology solutions on a company-wide basis which includes the information technology strategic plans, policies and procedures, infrastructure stabilization and expansion, release schedules to support the business needs, web-based and in-house application support services, network communications, and management information services to accomplish corporate goals and objectives.

About Outcomes Health Information Solutions, LLC:

Outcomes Health Information Solutions, LLC (www.outcomesinc.com) is an industry leader in healthcare data acquisition, auditing, and analytics. Outcomes provides end-to-end solutions to health plans, provider groups, hospital networks, and clinical research organizations. With its exclusive service delivery platform, clinical auditing practices, and state-of-the-art technological tools, Outcomes delivers improved datasets to its clients for enterprise-wide initiatives. From HCC management programs to quality studies like HEDIS®, Outcomes provides data improvement solutions to help clients meet their objectives on time and on budget. With a compliance-based auditing approach as the foundation, Outcomes delivers precise results which supports its commitment to healthcare data improvement.

Outcomes Health Information Solutions, LLC – www.outcomesinc.com

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CONTACT:

Outcomes Health Information Solutions
Joell Keim
Vice President, Marketing
727-943-7623
[email protected]

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