News | April 22, 2011

CliniComp, Intl. Names Kelley Malott Vice President Of Federal Systems

Source: CliniComp, Intl.

Respected healthcare IT leader to manage CliniComp, Intl.'s new Washington D.C. office

CliniComp, Intl., a global provider of clinical documentation systems serving over 110 hospitals in 7 countries, across 3 continents, announced recently the appoinent of Kelley Malott as vice president of federal systems. Malott brings over a decade of healthcare IT experience spanning the commercial, federal, state and local government sectors. To better serve the rapidly expanding federal market, CliniComp, Intl. opened an office in the Washington D.C. area where Malott will set the strategic direction and manage the company's federal operations.

"This is a banner year for CliniComp, Intl. as we will wrap up our Essentris EMR rollout to the Deparent of Defense (DoD) medical treaent facilities around the world," explains CliniComp Intl.'s Chairman of the Board and CEO, Chris Haudenschild. "Kelley will be a driving force in facilitating the process and helping the DoD operate and maintain the CliniComp Essentris solution across all 59 DoD Military Health System (MHS) facilities. Her expertise, strategic vision and leadership in HIT will enable us to reach the next level of growth, while enhancing our position as a trusted partner and innovator in the military health system."

Prior to CliniComp, Intl., Malott served as the director of business development in the deparent of homeland security and biodefense at Vangent, Inc. Malott also worked for Microsoft Corporation in the Health Solutions Group (HSG), where she led high level strategy and business development initiatives for Microsoft's Healthcare Consumer and Enterprise solutions and grew HSG's client and partner portfolio to include MHS, Johns Hopkins Health System, New York Presbyterian, and DC RHIO. As inter-agency liaison at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC, she worked on the "Federal ER One Project," a national prototype for the next-generation "all risks ready" emergency deparent. Her background experience also includes counter-bioterrorism training and simulation for clinicians and first-responders, while managing grant programs to aid in emergency response to Mass Casualty Incidents (MCI).

"For more than 27 years, CliniComp, Intl. has provided world-class systems and services to the most demanding and complex critical care environments around the world," said Kelley Malott. "I am excited to join CliniComp, Intl., a company dedicated to ensuring clinical data sharing with military and non-military facilities alike so that members of the military and veterans who have served our great nation receive the best quality care possible. It is a privilege to be part of a mission that supports the healthcare management of more than 9.6 million MHS Service members and their families. CliniComp, Intl. is poised for dramatic growth within the healthcare IT arena and I am excited to be a part of the growth and momentum."

Malott holds a degree in Neuropsychology from The Catholic University of America.

About CliniComp, Intl.
CliniComp, Intl. is a global provider of hospital-wide clinical documentation systems that improve the efficiency and safety of health care providers' highest-acuity workflows. CliniComp, Intl. is the dominant player in both the DoD and VA, with thirty facilities added to the VA in 2010 alone. In commercial and university settings, CliniComp, Intl. has the largest system in the world; all have been provided with a unique and unparalleled record of decades of absolute system uptime. The CliniComp Essentris clinical workflow suite is comprised of integrated electronic charting and surveillance solutions for acute, critical, emergency and perinatal care. Clinicomp, Intl. operates across 7 countries and 3 continents, as the leading provider of inpatient documentation solutions to federal health care facilities worldwide, including both military treaent facilities (MTFs) and VA hospitals. In 2011, CliniComp Essentris was fully deployed at 55 DoD MHS MTFs (91% of inpatient beds), with full global deployment completed at all 59 MTFs in April.

SOURCE: CliniComp, Intl.