FARMINGTON, Conn., April 4, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Kimberly (Kim) Howland, PhD, has
"Diameter Health's growth trajectory has been impressive and I'm looking forward to continuing and accelerating our success," said Ms. Howland. "Great product development requires both analytic rigor and flexibility to capitalize on existing market opportunities while scaling for the future. But what is most exciting is the opportunity to put technology and information to work improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the healthcare system."
"Kim's deep product development experience and passion for leveraging technology to improve healthcare are valuable assets for the Diameter Health team as we continue to scale the company," said Eric Rosow, CEO of Diameter Health. "The recognized criticality of semantic interoperability is exploding and Diameter Health is well positioned to capitalize on this market opportunity with Kim leading our product development efforts."
Ms. Howland's roots in healthcare and science go deep, as she received her PhD in Immunology from Harvard University and a BS in Biology from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.
About Diameter Health: Diameter Health enables clinical insight through the normalization, cleansing, de-duplication and enrichment of clinical data from across the care continuum. This creates a single, unified source of longitudinal structured patient information for improved care and actionable analytics. The Diameter Health platform empowers organizations that depend on multi-source data streams, such as Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), health systems and health plans, to realize greater value from their data. For more information, visit the website http://www.diameterhealth.com or email us at info(at)diameterhealth.com.
SOURCE Diameter Health
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