ORLANDO, Florida, November 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Elsevier / MEDai, the leader in predictive clinical analytic solutions, today announced that Thomas H. Zajac has been named the company's new President. Elsevier / MEDai provides solutions for providers, health plans and healthcare organizations focused on population management, physician profiling, regulatory compliance and clinical surveillance to improve healthcare outcomes.
Elsevier / MEDai began with one simple idea: to help healthcare organizations transform volumes of clinical data into actionable insight, enabling better decisions and improving the quality, cost and effectiveness of the care process. Tom brings over 25 years experience in building clinical, financial, and operational performance improvement solutions for both vendor and healthcare organizations that provides a tremendous opportunity to energize the growth and vision of Elsevier / MEDai.
"Tom's appointment comes at an important time as payers and providers are looking more to analytics to pull insights out of data to drive population management and physician performance programs", said Michael Hansen, CEO of Elsevier Health Sciences. "Under his leadership MEDai will continue to help empower customers to make sound clinical and financial decisions that reduce risk, lower costs and improve the quality of care."
Tom was formerly President of CareScience, spending eight years building the company into one of the leading providers of integrated quality improvement, regulatory reporting, outcomes research, HIE data exchange, and transformational services to over 250 health organizations. Prior to CareScience, Tom spent eleven years building Transition Systems' (TSI) success as the leader in healthcare decision support, with 1200 US and international provider and payer customers. TSI was acquired by Eclipsys, where Tom established and became
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