June 03, 2010 09:01 ET
NAPLES, FLORIDA--(Marketwire - June 3, 2010) - HIPAAT International (HIPAAT), a leading provider of consent management and auditing solutions for healthcare, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Kel Callahan to the positions of President and Chief Operating Officer (COO).
Company founder and Managing Director, Mr. Terry Callahan, announced his plan to retire within two years. He will remain with HIPAAT until that time and continue his vision and passion for product development.
"Over the past several years we have grown tremendously both from a product and profile standpoint," said Terry Callahan, HIPAAT Managing Director. "We have developed and strengthened key business relationships, solidified partnerships and contributed to government policy initiatives, all largely a result of Kel's leadership. I am confident he will navigate HIPAAT effectively through the next exciting phase of growth as he takes the helm."
Kel Callahan joined HIPAAT in January 2005. Since that time he has been a key player in all strategic business activities, serving most recently as Vice President, Business Development.
"HIPAAT is leading-edge when it comes to standards-based health information privacy solutions," said Mr. Kel Callahan, HIPAAT President and COO. "Our consent management and auditing tools are being incorporated in the design of health information exchanges internationally. I look forward to continuing our proud tradition of developing technologies to empower patients and enable providers as we move forward."
HIPAAT provides consent management and privacy auditing solutions to healthcare. Our SOA-based software balances consumer information privacy with the clinical need to access personal health information. Our interoperable, standards-based approach enables stakeholders at all levels of health data sharing to implement, enforce and audit patient, organizational and jurisdictional privacy policies. For more information, visit www.hipaat.com.
Media contact: HIPAAT International
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