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Ingenix Consulting Launches HIT Practice

August 26, 2010
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Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Ingenix Consulting has launched a strategic technology solutions practice to help health care executives create health IT investment and implementation strategies that enable their organizations to improve patient outcomes, enhance organizational performance and prepare for fundamental shifts occurring across the U.S. health system.

Scott Kolesar will lead the Strategic Technology Solutions Practice. Also joining the group are Dan Kinsella, Andy Sullivan and Todd Blake.

Kolesar, partner and practice leader, will lead a team of consultants who drive health IT strategy development, technology procurement efforts and system implementations. Kolesar has advised more than 200 health care provider, payer and health technology organizations in his 25-year career.

Ingenix announced last week it would acquire HIE provider Axolotl, based in San Jose, Calif.



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