IntellaTriage Hires New Vice President of Technology
The nation's leading nurse-based triage solution brought on a new head of technology to manage strategy, innovation, security, and client and employee support.
Most recently, Barry was Chief Information Officer at Method Insurance in Nashville. His 20 years of IT experience include supporting rapid-growth organizations at all lifecycle stages and building enterprise-level processes, procedures, and strategies. Barry's expertise in supervising wide-spread remote teams will serve him well in this new role as IntellaTriage pursues strategic growth plans for providing on-call support for an ever-increasing number of post-acute organizations. He will also be responsible for data center operations, network services, engineering, infrastructure planning, and disaster recovery services.
"I am proud that my technology and strategy knowledge will impact such an important part of the care continuum. I know that anything I can do to make our nurses' job easier will improve the patient experience on the other side of the line," Barry shared. "I was excited to jump in and lend my knowledge to the enhancements already in progress."
"As a growing number of organizations place their trust in our nurses' patient care, we are diligent in our pursuit of increased innovation, seamless communication and documentation processes for our nurses, and timely care for the patients we serve. Liam will focus on easing the friction between technology and our nursing team to enable our nurses to provide exceptional service to our clients and patients with a seamless end-to-end experience,"
IntellaTriage was founded in 2008 to address a significant unmet need in hospice and home health by delivering nurse-first triage solutions and leveraging the largest team of registered nurses to provide compassionate, round-the-clock care 365 days a year. IntellaTriage uses a tailored approach for each client, offering providers and caregivers a direct line to trained nurses who operate above and beyond the traditional non-clinical answering service. For instance, IntellaTriage nurses can handle up to 80% of hospice caller needs, such as medication refills, symptom management guidance, and more. In addition, IntellaTriage has seen more than 250% growth over the last five years in response to industry demand for its tech-enabled services.
Founded in 2008, IntellaTriage is the nation's leading provider of after-hours nurse triage for hospice and home health providers, hospitals, physician groups, health plans, and specialty practices. IntellaTriage provides access to licensed, registered nurses 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through customized protocols and cloud-based technology. As an integrated partner, IntellaTriage improves the patient experience while reducing nurse burnout and providing quality after-hours care. Learn more at intellatriage.com.
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