SOURCE: Medicalis


November 28, 2011 09:30 ET

Medicalis Appoints Jim Boyle as Chief Operating Officer and Guy Anthony as Chief Financial Officer

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 28, 2011) - Healthcare Industry veterans Jim Boyle and Guy Anthony have joined Medicalis, a leading developer of radiology workflow solutions for the next generation in productivity, utilization, and quality. Boyle, who has more than 30 years of related experience in the information technology service industry, joins Medicalis as its new Chief Operating Officer, and Anthony, with over 20 years of successful IT and startup experience, joins Medicalis as its new Chief Financial Officer.

"We are thrilled to have both Jim and Guy join our strong executive team, as they both bring essential healthcare IT experience to help lead Medicalis' continued growth throughout 2011 and beyond," said Oran Muduroglu, CEO of Medicalis. "We worked very successfully together at Stentor scaling our organization while retaining the #1 position in KLAS. We now look forward to entering a similar phase of significant growth and success at Medicalis."

Before joining Medicalis, Boyle served as Chief Operating Officer for Stentor, a world leader in medical image and information management. Before joining Stentor, he served as a senior level executive at Perot Systems, where he developed and delivered critical innovative data solution services. While at Perot, Boyle was also on special assignment serving as Chief Executive Officer for Siemens Business Services in Munich, Germany, a $600 million company that grew into a $2 billion per year company. Prior to this, Boyle was a senior level executive at Electronic Distribution Services, the leading global services company, where he managed successful application software initiatives for the North American healthcare industry.

Prior to joining Medicalis, Anthony served as CFO at Solaicx, a venture-funded solar materials startup that was acquired by MEMC Electronic Materials. Before this, Anthony was CFO at Quellan, a venture-funded analog semiconductor startup that was acquired by Intersil. Prior to this, Anthony was CFO at Stentor. He held a number of senior financial management positions during his 22-year career at Intel. During the 1990s, Anthony held key positions as Group Controller for Microprocessors and Assistant Treasurer for Intel Capital. During the 1980s, he gained broad financial management experience in manufacturing and sales in locations ranging from Albuquerque to Hong Kong.

About Medicalis
Medicalis, headquartered in San Francisco, was founded in 1999 in partnership with Brigham and Women's Hospital. The company provides information-driven clinical and workflow solutions that enable the delivery of higher quality care at a lower cost. Medicalis' broad range of offerings empower Accountable Care Organizations (ACO), providers, and physician groups to work collaboratively within a transparent system to efficiently improve quality and economic outcomes in healthcare delivery. The company has invested over $23M in the research and development of its evidence delivery and management platform. For more information about Medicalis, please visit:

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