HealthMyne adds to Executive Team

October 17, 2016 | Press Release

HealthMyne, a Quantitative Imaging Decision Support company, has named Arvind Subramanian as its CEO and Board Member and Dr. Linda Peitzman, MD, as its Chief Medical & Informatics Officer (CMIO).

Arvind spent over 10 years at the General Electric Company in the Jack Welch era where he held vice president/general manager positions for several business lines at GE Information Services and senior global product management, marketing, and strategic planning roles at GE Medical Systems. After leaving GE in 1999, Arvind served on the executive management teams of two venture capital backed technology start-up companies, both of which completed successful exit strategies. ProVation Medical, where he served as Chief Operating Officer, was acquired by Wolters Kluwer N.V. in January, 2006 where Arvind was named President & CEO of Wolters Kluwer Health’s Clinical Solutions (CS) business unit. He subsequently led the business through double-digit acquisition and organic growth over a 10-year period to become the leading player in the global Point-of-Care market for clinical decision support medical content and clinical workflow driven application software.

Dr. Peitzman began her clinical career as a full-spectrum Family Practice and Emergency physician, opening a new practice with a colleague after residency. That practice became successful and was acquired by Park Nicollet/Health System Minnesota. Linda joined Park Nicollet as a practicing physician and soon was elected as a Department Chair and then to the Executive Management Committee, Governance Committee, and Board of Directors. She then took on a CMIO role with that IDN, evaluating HIT products, developing internal clinical systems, developing clinical guidelines, and leading process improvement activities. Linda came to venture-capital backed startup ProVation Medical in 1999 where she formed and led a clinical informatics team to develop and maintain clinical data into the company’s software products, lead clinical product strategy, and achieve integration with EMR systems. After ProVation Medical was acquired in January, 2006, by Wolters Kluwer N.V., Linda became the Chief Medical Officer for Wolters Kluwer Health, and CMIO for the Clinical Solutions business unit.

For HealthMyne Contact:
Neal Miller
[email protected]