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OLAH Healthcare Technology Welcomes Chad Hill as Vice President of Operations

16 Days ago

COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- On April 15, Chad Hill joined OLAH Healthcare Technology as Vice President of Operations, assuming responsibility for operational management of OLAH’s client services team, and data decommissioning and archiving products and services. Hill brings strong experience in the technology industry and also in operations, management and leadership. His career spans the globe, with international assignments and global responsibilities. 

OLAH is a market leader in providing solutions for retiring legacy clinical and financial systems. Serving more than 350 healthcare organizations across the country, OLAH minimizes application maintenance expenses and reduces risks of data mismanagement and HIPAA violations.

The OLAH Enterprise Archiving Solution™ (EAS) is a new and better approach to traditional archiving. OLAH EAS™ allows organizations to retire and archive systems with less time, costs and resources, and provides flexibility to manage this process to meet their objectives, timeline, and budget. OLAH EAS™ also enables providers to leverage years of valuable healthcare data to optimize insights for benchmarking, research, business planning and more.

“Chad’s impressive experience and new role at OLAH will benefit our organization and our clients,” said Gregory Miller, CEO of OLAH. “We look forward to working with him to advance our mission and promote organizational strategies, while also providing unrivaled service and expertise to our many clients across the country.”

Hill is an accomplished technology executive with significant international experience and a strong technical background in systems and development. He brings a relentless focus on exceptional client service that drives healthy, profitable business growth. Most recently, Hill served as senior director of International Solutions for Corrigo, a JLL Company. Previously, leadership roles at CBRE in Global Corporate Services involved enterprise technology rollouts on a national and global basis. Over the past 20 years, other career assignments include time with Expesite (now Accruent), Bank One (now JP Morgan Chase), and ATS Ohio.

“I am eager to work with the team at OLAH to expand its already impressive roster of clients, and ensure our operations teams are 100% focused on an unparalleled client experience.” said Hill. “OLAH’s products and services enable hospitals and healthcare systems to look ahead with IT and technology investments while securing legacy data with archiving solutions that require less time, expense and resources than traditional options.”

An Ohio native, Hill studied Computer Science at The Ohio State University. When away from the office he enjoys international travel, scuba diving and cheering on his three kids at the soccer fields every weekend.

About OLAH Healthcare Technology
OLAH Healthcare Technology provides solutions to secure and preserve legacy clinical and financial data for more than 350 healthcare providers across the country. OLAH has enjoyed market leadership in retiring and archiving healthcare IT systems for over 15 years.

The OLAH Enterprise Archiving Solution™ (EAS) is a new and better approach to traditional archiving. OLAH EAS™ allows organizations to retire and archive systems with less time, costs and resources, and provides flexibility to manage this process to meet their objectives, timeline, and budget. OLAH EAS™ also enables providers to leverage years of valuable healthcare data to optimize insights for benchmarking, research, business planning and more.

OLAH is making healthcare archiving affordable, faster and more secure. For more information, visit olahht.com.

Contact: Amy Johnson, VP of Marketing
(614) 676-0602 ajohnson@olahht.com

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