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Former Allscripts Senior Executive Joins Shareable Ink as CEO

June 12, 2013
by Rajiv Leventhal
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Shareable Ink, a Nashville, Tenn.-based enterprise cloud computing company that transforms point-of-care clinical documentation to structured data and analytics, has announced that former Allscripts senior executive Laurie McGraw has joined the company to serve as CEO and a member of Shareable Ink’s Board of Directors.

McGraw was previously the chief customer officer at Allscripts, spending the majority of her tenure as president of Allscripts’ fastest growing electronic health record (EHR) business unit.  McGraw joined Allscripts when it was a $30 million company with five initial clients through its growth to a $1.5 billion company.  Prior to Allscripts, McGraw held various executive roles at IDX (acquired by GE Healthcare) and its internet subsidiary ChannelHealth (acquired by Allscripts).

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