The National eHealth Collaborative named Kate Berry as its first permanent CEO since the group's launch more than two years ago.
National eHealth Collaborative names CEO
Berry succeeds interim CEO Aaron Seib, effective immediately. Seib will remain with the Washington-based healthcare information technology organization as a senior leader, according to a news release announcing Berry’s appointment.
The not-for-profit collaborative was formerly called the AHIC Successor. Berry, 45, previously served as senior vice president at Surescripts; executive director of the Center for Improving Medication Management; and executive vice president of external relations and chief of staff for the American Red Cross.
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