Emergent Nashville-Based IT Company Recruits Industry Veteran to Lead Business Development Team
In this role, Morrow will lead ReadyPoint’s efforts to develop new partnerships and manage the company’s sales force, which targets hospitals, healthcare systems and regional hospital affiliate groups nationwide.
“We understand the complexity of hospital operations and therefore pride ourselves on providing the most effective technologies to help hospitals succeed in today’s competitive healthcare environment,” says Chris Riddle, founder and president of ReadyPoint Systems. “I am confident that Walker’s experience will be instrumental in establishing new partnerships and propelling the overall growth of this company.”
Shaped by more than 25 years of “real world” hospital experience, ReadyPoint is an information technology company whose suite of innovative software services helps hospitals improve processes that enhance both the quality and safety of care.
“Healthcare and technology are dynamic, ever-changing markets,” says Morrow. “I have the unique opportunity to bring these two industries together, and I am excited to use my collaborative approach to sales and business with the ReadyPoint team.”
Morrow brings over twelve years of experience in healthcare and sales. Prior to joining ReadyPoint, Morrow held various business development positions within the healthcare industry. He has worked most of his career in consulting, providing technology solutions to hospitals, medical practices and surgery centers. Morrow is an expert in developing partnerships that have resulted in improved business performance through process efficiencies, cost reduction and best practice principles.
Morrow earned a Bachelor of Science in Technology Education from Georgia Southern University.
About ReadyPoint Systems
Launched in 2009 as DisastersNet, ReadyPoint Systems is an information technology company that is solely focused on helping hospitals improve the processes that enhance both the quality and safety of care. By automating core processes and training hospital staff to those processes, ReadyPoint’s services rapidly simplify two complex – yet critical – areas of hospital operations: incident management response and compliance with protocols that improve the quality and safety of patient care. These technologies are based on more than 25 years of real-world hospital experience. ReadyPoint is a proven partner for more than 120 hospitals, including healthcare systems and regional hospital affiliate groups across the nation. For more information, visit www.ReadyPointSystems.com.
Emily Serck, 615-254-0575
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INDUSTRY KEYWORDS: Technology Data Management Software Health Hospitals