Edaris Health appoints Brad Crist to lead Urgichart Sales Division
By: Edaris Health
Brad will be joining our growing team of healthcare and technology professionals passionate about serving the needs of urgent care clinics and emergency departments and the patients they serve.
"Under Brad's leadership Edaris will be able to more quickly respond to new or converting urgent care clinics." Said CEO Meg Aranow. "Brad strengthens the Edaris team with his deep knowledge of clinical and business practice workflows. We will leverage his expertise in both pre-sale and post-sale activities, ensuring our product and its implementation meets or surpasses customer expectations on Day 1."
For the 10 years prior to joining Edaris Health, Brad has had a successful sales career at eClinicalWorks, developing long-term customer relationships. Earlier in his career he has held customer and partner facing roles within IT at Allscripts and MedQuist (now M*Modal). He knows the healthcare industry from the ground up and provides a clear vision of how technology enables good practices to be great.
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