BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Humedica, a next-generation clinical informatics company, today announces the addition of Rick Dean to its executive management team as Vice President, Provider Sales. Rick will lead Humedica’s sales and account management efforts in the provider market and report to Humedica’s CEO and President, Michael Weintraub. Rick comes to Humedica from Microsoft, where he served as Director of North American Sales for Microsoft’s Health Solutions Group. Previously, Rick was Vice President for North American Sales at Sentillion, Inc., a health-care industry software provider. Rick led Sentillion to record sales and revenue levels, including 12 consecutive quarters of growth. Microsoft acquired Sentillion in February 2010.
“Rick is a tremendous addition to the Humedica team, with a proven track record of achieving outstanding results in the health care provider market,” said Michael Weintraub. “Rick’s ability to lead top-notch sales organizations and drive market growth makes him a perfect fit to lead our provider sales team and contribute positively to the continued growth and success of Humedica,” Weintraub added.
“There are tremendous opportunities ahead for Humedica to deliver on a next generation clinical informatics solution,” said Rick Dean. “I am thrilled to be part of the Humedica team and look forward to helping the company achieve new levels of success,” he added.
Humedica is a next-generation clinical informatics company that provides novel software-as-a-service (SaaS) business intelligence solutions to the health care industry. Through cutting-edge analytics, Humedica connects patient information across varied medical settings and time periods to generate a truly longitudinal and comprehensive view of patient care. Humedica provides our partners and customers with the informatics solutions necessary to improve, manage, and succeed in today’s dynamic health care market. Humedica is defining knowledge in health care. Founded in 2008, Humedica is backed by industry-leading venture capital firms Bain Capital Ventures, General Catalyst Partners, North Bridge Venture Partners, and award-winning health care investment bank, Leerink Swann. Additional information is available at www.humedica.com.