Health Tech Veteran Joins Team
Patient Alerting Logistics (PAL) today announced that health tech veteran Chad Haynes has joined the innovative critical healthcare messaging firm as Vice President of Strategic Business Development. Haynes will be responsible for identifying and creating strategies for entering new markets across the complete healthcare ecosystem both domestically and internationally.
Through its revolutionary digital hub, PAL connects all healthcare constituents—from device manufacturers, distributors and hospitals to physicians, regulators, researchers, and patients—for reliable healthcare messaging about critical issues such as device recalls and updates. It modernizes many traditionally archaic, unreliable manual processes currently in place to ensure automated, immediate communications and cut complexities, ensure regulatory compliance and save lives. Currently, PAL has commercially available product offerings for device manufacturers and hospitals. Plans are underway to expand its portfolio with offerings optimized for other healthcare entities in its broad communications network.
Haynes brings to the position more than 21 years of experience at Cerner Corporation. Most recently as Vice President for Strategic Growth, he was a member of the senior leadership team tasked with managing the company’s growth initiatives and was fully responsible for one of six entrepreneurial business units. In this position, he led government relations, sales, product development, deployment, support and analytics teams across state government and Medicaid.
Previously, as a Vice President with Cerner’s Federal Government team, he was a member of the leadership group that drove execution of a 10-year, $10 billion agreement with the US Department of Veterans Affairs. Other experiences include a role as Client Partner and General Manager to build and lead a team to scale Cerner’s population health platform as an EHR agnostic solution and Managing Director in Asia, where he built business partnerships, oversaw operations and delivery, led sales and strengthened Cerner’s client base, with full profit and loss accountability across the region.
“I am thrilled to be joining an innovative, entrepreneurial and rapidly growing company like PAL,” says Haynes. “PAL’s mission is of critical importance, and I’m looking forward to utilizing my past experience to launch our expansion and build meaningful partnerships across the healthcare ecosystem.”
“Chad will make an important and immediate contribution to our team, and we are extremely pleased to have him on board,” says Ryan Bass, PAL President and COO. “Chad’s breadth of experiences in global markets, growth–focused roles, and government initiatives is invaluable to us. Moreover, his focus on building strong relationships with a broad range of Fortune 500 companies will help jumpstart us on a path to significant growth as our product line expands.”
About Patient Alerting Logistics (PAL)
No one should be harmed or die because of a medical intervention meant to save their life. Yet, every year thousands of people suffer needlessly due to a failure to communicate critical patient information across the entire healthcare ecosystem. A case in point is those who miss recall messages about medical devices implanted in their own bodies. Hospitals, providers, device manufacturers and many others, as well as patients themselves all must contribute to deliver the message.
PAL’s mission–and passion–is facilitating this. By eliminating the archaic, manual processes in place today, PAL closes a significant communications gap and supports comprehensive information exchange and collaboration among all healthcare constituents, improving patient safety and saving lives. PAL leverages leading edge technology, proven processes, and an innovative perspective to create an ultra-reliable, modern communications system achieving one seemingly simple but challenging goal: immediate, reliable delivery of mission critical healthcare messaging to enhance patient care. With PAL: Message sent. Message delivered. Every time.
Visit Patient Alerting Logistics at www.patientalerting.com. For additional information, contact Patient Alerting at 513-570-4314, firstname.lastname@example.org, Patient Alerting Logistics 1100 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, OH 45202.