NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Phreesia, the nation’s leading patient intake platform, is excited to announce that Kharen Hauck, the company’s Vice President of Demand Generation, has been named to The Software Report’s list of the Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS of 2019.
The annual list recognizes 50 women across the country for their leadership and accomplishments in the Software-as-a-Service industry and the broader technology field. Honorees were selected based on integrity, drive and promoting a positive work environment, among other areas. This is the second year in a row that one of Phreesia’s leaders has been named to the list. Amy Van Duyn, Phreesia’s Vice President of Human Resources, was selected in 2018.
“These awardees are some of the most accomplished women across the software industry,” The Software Report said in its announcement. “This year, we would also like to recognize the companies which these leaders represent for they helped create an environment where a woman could thrive in her career.”
Hauck brings two decades of experience in marketing and advertising and 10 years in healthcare and technology to her current role. She joined Phreesia in 2011 and has risen through the company, holding a number of different leadership roles. Since 2017, she has led Demand Generation for the company, where she oversees a team that includes strategic and content marketing, design, analytics and events. She also executes marketing campaigns, collaborates on growth strategies and manages the implementation of marketing technology tools.
“I’m very honored to be recognized as one of the Top Women Leaders in SaaS,” said Hauck. “This is an exciting time to work in technology and I’m grateful to be part of a company that is focused on creating a better healthcare experience.”
Phreesia gives healthcare organizations a suite of robust applications to manage the patient intake process. Our innovative SaaS platform engages patients in their care and provides a modern, consistent experience, while enabling healthcare organizations to optimize their staffing, boost profitability and enhance clinical care.