The additions are the outcome of the company’s continued growth and expansion into the healthcare Artificial Intelligence (AI) market.
ATLANTA (PRWEB) MAY 31, 2019
Leading healthcare Artificial Intelligence (AI) firm Jvion announced the addition of Rod Reed as Chief Growth Officer and Niki Cook as Chief People Officer. The additions reflect the company’s continued growth, expansion, and dominance in AI-enabled prescriptive analytics for preventable harm.
“After a comprehensive search process, we are pleased to have found two of the best individuals to help Jvion achieve our growth and people goals,” said Shantanu Nigam, Jvion CEO. “Rod and Niki have a track record of strong leadership in healthcare and technology. This performance, combined with deep functional expertise and professional tenure, make Rod and Niki uniquely qualified to help lead Jvion successfully into the future.”
Rod joins Jvion following a record of leading sales organizations in selling enterprise-wide software and Cloud/SaaS-based solutions. With more than 25 years’ experience across multiple healthcare segments, Rod is recognized for expertise in developing sales teams, growing revenue, and building sales operations infrastructures for both emerging and established solutions in Fortune 100, mid-market, and high-growth companies. In his role at Jvion, he is responsible for driving growth of the company’s industry-leading solution.
Niki joins Jvion with more than 20 years of senior HR leadership experience in across technology, consumer products and financial industries. She is passionate about transforming businesses, developing strong organizational cultures and creating environments where colleagues feel happy and valued as they achieve amazing results for the business. In her current role at Jvion, she is responsible for talent acquisition, culture, engagement and HR systems and process.
“Rod and Niki are the best choices from a deep pool of interested and highly qualified candidates,” said Nigam. “Beyond a history of success, they are a great fit with our culture, vision, and focus as a mission-driven organization. We are delighted that Rod and Niki are part of our growing team.”
Jvion delivers healthcare’s only AI-driven prescriptive analytics for preventable harm solution. By using Eigen-based technology, the machine does what simple predictive analytics or machine learning models cannot. It goes beyond high-risk patient populations to identify those on a trajectory to becoming high risk. Jvion determines the interventions that will more effectively reduce risk and enable clinical action. And it accelerates time to value by leveraging established patient-level intelligence to drive engagement across hospitals, populations, and patients. For more information, visit http://www.jvion.com.