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Kyruus Appoints Sanjay Pathak as Senior Vice President of Consulting and Client Services

Kyruus, a leading provider of Patient Access & Referral Management solutions, announced today that Sanjay Pathak has joined the company as its Senior Vice President of Consulting and Client Services. In his new role, Mr. Pathak will work closely with the company’s clients to achieve success in their patient access initiatives by aligning the Kyruus solution platform with their organizational and operational initiatives. Mr. Pathak’s new role will have an immediate impact on the advancement of Kyruus’s commercial success as the company’s innovative solution, ProviderMatch™, gains recognition as a proven tool for reducing patient leakage and improving the volume of successful patient referrals within large health networks.

“We are overjoyed to have Sanjay join Kyruus,” said Graham Gardner, Co-Founder and CEO of Kyruus. “His extensive experience in planning, execution, and transformation of health system operations will be invaluable to the relationships we foster with our clients, their physicians and their patients. He is a tremendous addition to our client team that already includes executives from hospitals like Northwestern, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and New York Presbyterian.

Before Kyruus, Mr. Pathak served as Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where his responsibilities included directing all Surgical Service lines, Peri-operative services, Anesthesiology, Radiology and Dermatology, as well as collaborating with BWH department chairs to develop and advance the strategic priorities of the organization. Mr. Pathak also served as co-chair of the Dana Farber/ Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center Operations Cabinet. Prior to joining BWH in 2007, Pathak served as corporate director of Business Planning and Market Development at Partners HealthCare, where he and his team analyzed and directed major strategic and capital projects for PHS. Mr. Pathak also spent more than 12 years in management consulting for Cap Gemini and Deloitte, where he directed performance improvement, clinical information systems and strategic projects for large academic and integrated delivery systems across the country. Mr. Pathak earned his MBA and MPH from Boston University.

“Typically, the successful implementation of our solutions is measured in weeks, rather than the months or years that typical IT projects require to show value,” said Douglas Kim, Chief Commercial Officer of Kyruus. “Sanjay’s unique combination of deep hospital operations and technology implementation experience will play a key role in maintaining our reputation for providing our clients rapid and measurable impact across their access operations.”

“In my time in the industry, I’ve seen how hard it can be to introduce real change to an organization,” stated Mr. Pathak. “To see that Kyruus has already achieved such impressive milestones in a short time is truly impressive. I am thrilled to be a part of such a hardworking and innovative team that has dedicated their time and energy to improving the ever-growing problem of healthcare access.”

About Kyruus

Kyruus is a provider solutions company that helps hospitals and health systems optimize their Patient Access, Referral Management, and Care Coordination operations. Using a Big Data approach, the company enables the integration of massive amounts of information into actionable, operational workflows so that organizations can achieve their growth, patient retention, and provider engagement goals. For more information, please visit http://www.kyruus.com.

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