Explorys, a Cleveland-based maker of healthcare analytics software, announced three executive appointments on Monday.
The company named Greg Yarrington VP of operations, Adam Wallace VP of engineering and Patrick Wells VP of solutions. Yarrington and Wells started this month, and Wallace joined the company in November.
Explorys was founded in 2009 as a spinoff of the Cleveland Clinic. Over the past year, the company has added eight clients to the 26 integrated healthcare networks it serves.
Yarrington, 53, comes to Explorys from Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Truven Health Analytics, where he was VP of technology services. He also played a role in data center transformation and efficiency in the healthcare division of Thompson Reuters (now Truven) and worked in technology services at the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor.
Before joining Explorys, Wallace held leadership positions at Oracle, BEA, MRI software and Flashline, where he his work included tasks in software engineering, services-oriented architecture, release engineering and quality assurance. Wallace has been named one of Computerworld's “Premier 100 IT Leaders,” as well as one of “40 under 40” by Crain's Cleveland Business, a sister publication of Modern Healthcare.
As VP of solutions, Wells, 41, will be responsible for client services, consulting and implementation. He'll also work with third-party firms that provide support for the Explorys Platform. He previously worked at Deloitte, where he developed governance risk and compliance initiatives and consulted clients on cybersecurity, information security and IT governance.
Explorys plans to add 80 new jobs in 2015 to keep up with demand.
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