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Pharos Innovations Strengthens Leadership Team, Informatics Program
Date:1/16/2009

NORTHFIELD, Ill., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharos Innovations, a pioneer in assisting clients to achieve next generation clinical and financial performance improvement through a device-free remote monitoring platform, today announced it is once again strengthening its management team with the addition of two key appointments in medical informatics and sales/new business development.

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Christopher Raphaelian, MPH, will lead Pharos' medical informatics program for the continued development of reliable, transparent and evidence-based program outcomes measures for clients. Brendan McAdams, senior vice president of sales, will support the company's tremendous growth by overseeing sales and business development efforts.

"In today's difficult economic climate, it is more important than ever that our nation's health plans and healthcare providers have access to proven, value-added solutions that reduce costs and increase revenue," said Dr. Randall Williams, CEO of Pharos Innovations. "Our management team is built around the issues that are the most important to our clients. Brendan and Chris are both very experienced and knowledgeable about the challenges faced by health plans and provider groups and what has been proven successful in overcoming them."

Informatics expert enhances development of reliable, transparent program outcomes

Mr. Raphaelian has 17 years of diverse healthcare experience. This includes contracting and analytics for private practice and two nationally-recognized academic physician practices and HIPAA compliance consulting. His most recent experience prior to joining the Pharos team included senior analyst and project management positions at Focused Health Solutions and CorSolutions, two population hea
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