(MENAFN Editorial) Edaris Health, a leading provider of cloud-enabled SaaS solutions for healthcare, announced today that Meg Aranow has been named Chief Executive Officer. This change comes after the decision by former CEO Ken Wolfe to step down after a decade of leadership.
"We want to thank Ken for his years of service and his outstanding contribution to Edaris Health," said board member Michael Kaufman. Looking ahead, we are very fortunate to be able to rely on the significant knowledge and experience of industry veteran Meg Aranow, our new CEO, and the other members of our dedicated management team."
Aranow joined in Edaris as Chief Operating Officer in January 2018. For 30 years prior she has been a recognized healthcare IT leader, working extensively with leading healthcare providers, hospitals and government organizations. Meg has held positions of Senior VP of SRG Technology, Senior Research Director of The Advisory Board, VP and Chief Information Officer for Boston Medical Center, Director of Clinical Systems for Partners Healthcare, Assistant VP for Brigham and Women's Hospital and Assistant VP at The New England (now part of METLife). Meg holds a BA from Wheaton College (MA) and an MPH from Boston University.
"This is a great team. And these are exciting times for Edaris Health and our customers," said Ms. Aranow. "We have been able to harness the power of our successful EDIS product and adapt it to support and accelerate the workflow of busy urgent care centers. Coupled with the power of our revenue management partners we are able to work with our customers to drive to new levels of quality and profitability."
Under the leadership of Ms. Aranow, Edaris will continue its focus on serving Emergency Departments, urgent care centers and primary care practices with its suite of specifically tailored EHR products.
About Edaris Health
Edaris Health provides easily-deployed Cloud enabled SaaS solutions for forward-thinking healthcare providers to meet the needs of today's patients and providers. The Edaris Health technology solution, UrgiChart, enables urgent care clinicians and healthcare providers to better serve patients who are seeking unscheduled and flexible access to care without compromising quality in care delivery. The company's products - UrgiChart, FlexChart and EngageCare - are deployed at teaching and community hospitals, urgent care centers and primary care practices across the United States. The clinical applications provided by Edaris Health are based on software technology developed over a ten-year-period by emergency physicians and healthcare information technology specialists at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston, a tertiary care hospital affiliate of Harvard Medical School. BIDMC continues to serve as a research and development partner, providing real-world clinical insights to constantly improve the Edaris Health suite of SaaS solutions. For more information, please visit: www.edarishealth.com