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Founder and CEO of HealthTech, Molly Coye, MD, Assumes Leadership of CalRHIO
Date:7/1/2009

To Expand Access to Its Research, HealthTech Joins With Public Health Institute

SAN FRANCISCO, July 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The CalRHIO Board of Directors has appointed Molly Joel Coye, MD, MPH, president and chief executive officer, effective immediately. CalRHIO is the California statewide information exchange founded in 2005. Dr. Coye was a principal founder of CalRHIO and has served as the chair of the Board of Directors since 2007.

"Molly has worked tirelessly to move CalRHIO from an idea to an operating entity," said Duane Dauner, California Hospital Association president and CalRHIO vice chair. "Without her vision and remarkable gift for connecting people and getting them to collaborate CalRHIO would not have been possible. We are fortunate to secure a person of Dr. Coye's experience and talent as CalRHIO's CEO."

"Molly's vision for health information exchange as a public good has guided CalRHIO's board from the beginning," said Don Crane, CEO of CAPG and CalRHIO board member. "With her extensive knowledge of health care and technology, she has articulated a clear picture of where we need to go and why."

Coye succeeds Don Holmquest, MD, JD, who moved into a senior advisory role in late 2008.

"I look forward to taking on added responsibilities at CalRHIO as we accelerate our efforts to provide physicians across the state with patient information when and where they need it. Ultimately, health information exchange must address the complex nature of data sharing and the costs of doing so," said Coye. "CalRHIO has the only sustainable solution for assuring the ongoing financial viability of HIE."

Coye was founder and CEO of the Health Technology Center (HealthTech), a San Francisco-based non-profit research organization that has joined with the Public Health Institute (PHI) in Oakland.

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