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Terry Macaleer Joins Anthelio Healthcare Solutions as Senior Vice President Client Engagement and Sales

Anthelio Healthcare Solutions Inc., the largest independent provider of technology and services to hospitals, physician practice groups and other healthcare providers, today announced the appointment of Terry Macaleer as Senior Vice President, Client Engagement and Sales. Terry will be responsible for overall sales operations and client engagement strategies to help achieve Anthelio’s global business objectives.

Terry has over 40 years of experience in developing multimillion dollar accounts, achieving sales objectives, designing marketing strategies and managing customer satisfaction. Terry has an extensive career in healthcare. He worked for 25 years at Shared Medical Systems (SMS), a startup healthcare IT company that eventually became Siemens Medical. While at SMS, Terry was an instrumental part of the team responsible for growing the business from ‘zero’ to over $900 million in annual revenue and became the Senior VP of US Operations.

“Healthcare is Anthelio’s only business, which makes Terry’s extensive experience in the industry a perfect fit for our company,” said Asif Ahmad, CEO Anthelio Healthcare Solutions. “Terry will be a key player in strengthening the company’s ability to advance high quality patient care, drive sustained value to our customers and grow the business at an accelerated pace.”

In 1996, Terry helped co-found Eclipsys, where he played a central role in growing the company into one of the nation’s largest hospital enterprise software companies and leading all sales duties for the company with annual bookings of more than $250 million. Terry was also the CEO and Co-founder of CAREFX an IT start-up that produced and sold clinical data consolidation software which was designed to eliminate/reduce medical errors.

With all the changes in Healthcare today, particularly the focus on Value Based Care and Population Health Management, Anthelio’s products and services are more relevant and mission critical than ever,” said Terry Macaleer. I am excited about joining Anthelio and believe we are perfectly positioned to provide innovative solutions to the industry and to be the steward for healthcare systems navigating through this rapid change, especially in light of the many government mandates.

Terry earned a B.S. in Engineering from Princeton University and has completed Total Quality Management Courses from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

About Anthelio Healthcare Solutions

Anthelio® is a driving force in the healthcare industry and is the largest independent provider of healthcare technology solutions to hospitals, physician practice groups and other healthcare providers. By provisioning hospitals in over 450 counties across the US with innovative solutions in the areas of IT, EHR, HIM, Patient Engagement, Enterprise Interoperability (EI) and Healthcare Analytics & Informatics (HAI) services, Anthelio impacts quality care to over six million patients. Powered by cutting-edge technologies and thousands of healthcare professionals with extensive clinical and operational experience, Anthelio drives high value for over 20,000 physicians and nurses in hundreds of healthcare organizations supporting their annual revenue of over $12 billion. Anthelio is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Visit www.antheliohealth.com for more information.

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