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Date:11/16/2011

ing thought leadership for customers and prospects.

"I was attracted to HQC by the opportunity to use data-driven decision support to make an enormous impact on improving our country's healthcare," stated Mr. Sanders. "Fundamental to that effort are data warehousing and business intelligence tools for the analysis of quality, evidence and cost that makes me very excited about the future of healthcare delivery."

Frequently introduced as the leading authority on healthcare data warehousing and business intelligence in the United States, Mr. Sanders has a long history of success leading clinical IT efforts to improve care. In addition to his role at HQC, Mr. Sanders will continue serving as the Senior Technology Advisor and Chief Information officer (CIO) for the National Health System in the Cayman Islands. He also served as a CIO with the Northwestern University Medical Center and Regional Director of Medical Informatics at Intermountain Healthcare.

"We are thrilled that Dale has joined the team we're assembling at HQC," said Dr. David Burton, CEO of HQC. "Dale joins us at a time when the need for HQC's solutions has never been greater and the market forces have never been better aligned to finally realize dramatic improvements in healthcare."

LARRY GRANDIA APPOINTED TO HQC'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS

On November 10, 2011, Healthcare Quality Catalyst (HQC) announced the election of Larry Grandia to its board of directors. Mr. Grandia brings more than 40 years of business and technology leadership experience to the HQC board.

"I've had the good fortune of being actively involved in the healthcare IT field since 1968—more than half that time as CIO at Intermountain." observed Mr. Grandia. "During my career, significant progress has been made in the application of IT to improve healthcare delivery
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