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Netsmart Names Dr. Ian Chuang Senior Vice President, Healthcare Informatics and Chief Medical Officer
Date:5/6/2013

Overland Park, Kan (PRWEB) May 06, 2013

Netsmart, the leading provider of clinical solutions for health and human services organizations nationwide, further advanced its clinical and integrated care knowledge base with the addition of Ian Chuang, M.D., M.S., F.C.F.P. as senior vice president, healthcare informatics and chief medical officer.

“Dr. Chuang’s background in physical health and expertise in clinical data and information management is an ideal combination as we help our clients optimize the effectiveness and broaden the scope of care they provide in the coordinated care environment,” said Michael Valentine, chief executive officer, Netsmart.

“Healthcare must improve outside the walls of traditional medical environments,” said Dr. Chuang. “Netsmart is committed to helping its clients in new ways -- mobile solutions, physical health integration, Points of View (POVs) and other innovations to help providers furnish recovery-based care. I’m excited to join the company that is forging the path to the future for its clients while at the same time providing them with tools they need to furnish high quality care today. I don’t believe we can completely impact and improve on physical health without addressing the overlapping impact of behavioral health on the individual.”

Dr. Chuang joins Netsmart from Lockton Benefit Group in Kansas City, Mo., where he served as senior vice president, health risk management. He previously led the development of care management and clinical decision support systems at CIGNA Corporation. Prior to that, he was a director and vice president at Cerner Corporation, where he led initiatives ranging from a systems-based care transformation service with focus on evidence-based practice to a next-generation CDS system with context-sensitive clinical information presentation and viewing.

He has also held clinical
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