|By Business Wire||
|September 3, 2014 11:03 AM EDT||
ViON Corporation, a market leader in the design, delivery and maintenance of mission critical IT infrastructure solutions, today announced the appointment of Linda Boles as its new Director of Healthcare Strategies and Business Development.
Before assuming this new position at ViON, Boles spent more than 20 years working with a variety of industry leaders focused on business development in healthcare IT, healthcare information systems, laboratory medicine and radiology and surgical systems. With a clinical medical background and decades of IT experience, Boles has worked with a wide range of government healthcare organizations, such as the Department of Defense Military Health System, Health and Human Services, SSA, State Health Departments, Academic Medical Centers, County Hospitals, Correctional Healthcare and Veterans Hospitals. She is a recognized national expert on healthcare topics ranging from accountable care, cloud, big data, telemedicine, PCMH, healthcare reform and mHealth.
Most recently, Boles spent seven years with Cisco, where she was chief strategist for Cisco’s U.S. Public Sector Healthcare Innovation and Business Development. She led a team that worked with executives, clinicians, and business units in federal, state and local healthcare agencies to bring them technologies and new approaches that would improve patient safety, business outcomes and patient care that aligned with clinical and business processes. Prior to her role at Cisco, Boles served in executive positions at CliniComp, Webmedx, US Medical and Sanofi Diagnostics Pasteur.
“Ms. Boles is a member of an elite class of healthcare IT consultants and given the list of companies and organization that she has successfully worked with, we are genuinely fortunate to have her on the ViON team,” said Tom Frana, CEO of ViON. “Perhaps no industry in America offers more opportunities for productivity improvement than healthcare and with Linda leading the way, ViON believes it can be of real service to our providers and the communities they serve.”
About ViON Corporation
ViON Corporation is a veteran-owned corporation, established in 1980 and headquartered in Herndon, Virginia. The company specializes in designing, delivering and maintaining mission critical IT solutions to the government and commercial marketplaces. ViON excels in solutions that address Enterprise Storage, Disaster Recovery, Server Consolidation, Business Continuance and File Services in the Windows, UNIX and z/OS environments. Its customers choose ViON because the Company provides cost-effective, secure, always-available IT infrastructure solutions capable of delivering the right information to the right people with no excuses. Learn more at www.ViON.com.
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