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Intelligent InSites Announces the Appointment of Shane Waslaski as President and Chief Executive Officer

Intelligent InSites, Inc., the leading provider of operational intelligence for healthcare, today announced the appointment of Shane Waslaski as President and Chief Executive Officer. Waslaski will also join the Board of Directors of Intelligent InSites.

Waslaski brings a proven leadership background in complex operations across the healthcare, manufacturing, infrastructure, and transportation industries, and he has served in various executive roles throughout his career, including President, CEO, COO, and Senior Vice President.

Most recently, Waslaski was President of Varistar, where he led a manufacturing and infrastructure business portfolio with 1,600 employees and revenues of more than $500M. Varistar is a management and holding subsidiary of Otter Tail Corporation (NASDAQ: OTTR), where he also served as a corporate officer and Senior Vice President.

Prior to these roles, Waslaski held operational leadership positions in healthcare delivery organizations and consulted for a wide range of healthcare customers, including hospitals, clinics, and insurers.

“In our search for the next leader of Intelligent InSites, we sought a seasoned and dynamic executive with an exceptional understanding of healthcare operations,” said Doug Burgum, Executive Chairman of the Board and Interim President and CEO of Intelligent InSites. “Shane brings the ideal blend of proven leadership, customer focus, and operational intelligence, along with a breadth of expertise in lean principles and efficient healthcare delivery models.”

“I am delighted to join Intelligent InSites at this exciting time in the industry and in the company’s trajectory,” said Shane Waslaski, the newly appointed President, Chief Executive Officer, and Board Member of Intelligent InSites. “Intelligent InSites is setting operational intelligence standards for the healthcare industry—enabling healthcare providers to ensure the safest and most effective health delivery, in which the patient’s experience is unmarred by waste, inefficiency, and bureaucracy. It will be a distinct honor to work with this talented team and our dedicated partners as we continue bringing our proven solution to this rapidly transforming industry.”

Waslaski’s appointment follows Intelligent InSites’ recent funding announcement from Health Insight Capital, a subsidiary of HCA, the world’s largest for-profit operator of healthcare facilities. Intelligent InSites’ customers also include the Veterans Health Administration, the nation’s largest integrated healthcare system, which is implementing the Intelligent InSites operational intelligence solution across 152 VA Medical Centers and seven Consolidated Medical Outpatient Pharmacy facilities, and Sanford Health, the nation’s largest not-for-profit rural healthcare system. Intelligent InSites is also expanding internationally, with customers such as Bumrungrad International Hospital, the first Asian hospital accredited by Joint Commission International.

After transitioning President and CEO duties to Waslaski, Burgum will remain as Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Intelligent InSites.

About Intelligent InSites (www.intelligentinsites.com/)
Intelligent InSites helps transform healthcare with real-time operational intelligence that improves care, enhances the human experience, and increases efficiency. Through its open, real-time, healthcare platform, Intelligent InSites automatically collects and processes data from multiple data sources such as EHRs, financial systems, building systems, sensory and real-time location systems (RTLS), mobility solutions, and other healthcare IT solutions–then provides actionable intelligence to achieve cost savings, operational excellence, and better care. By utilizing the enterprise-wide architecture of the Intelligent InSites platform, healthcare systems can leverage all legacy, current, and future data sources to optimize their technology investments across the entire organization, then have the flexibility to meet changing organizational, regulatory, and compliance needs.

Intelligent InSites and the Intelligent InSites logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intelligent InSites and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners.

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