New Vice President of Growth to Accelerate Commercial Operations in the Public and Private Sector
Wellsheet Inc., the company transforming the physician experience with the EHR, announced it has appointed Ryan Sadlo to the newly created position of VP of Growth. Wellsheet is prioritizing national adoption of its predictive workflow platform as health systems, in both the private and public sectors, struggle to reduce physician burnout, which reached unmatched levels during the pandemic. Wellsheet is scaling commercial operations based on the success of existing deployments and new market opportunities and Ryan is leading this effort.
“Wellsheet tackles one of the top challenges facing health systems today, which is reducing physician burnout. Health systems recognize that it is vital to support clinicians on the front-lines and real-time data is key. Wellsheet combines multiple sources of data, including from the EHR, payer, and HIE systems, to provide new insights to physicians. Seamless access to data in real-time improves the quality of care by improving clinical decision support and identifying gaps in care. Ryan understands the EHR market and has the track record to expand Wellsheet’s national footprint. We are delighted to have him lead our growth efforts,” said Craig Limoli, CEO and founder of Wellsheet.
“I am excited to join Wellsheet because it brings much needed innovation to the EHR, through its FHIR-based API integration model. Currently, the amount of time physicians spend with administrative duties is increasing while time spent seeing patients is decreasing. Wellsheet is at the forefront of expanding capabilities for providers at the point of care in a way that’s never been done before. I’ve been incredibly impressed by the Wellsheet product and the team’s ability to quickly advance the offering in response to evolving market needs.”
Ryan has extensive experience building and growing teams to take innovative health IT solutions to both health systems and health plans. Most notably, he led the commercialization of the Podimetrics SmartMat for four years, a remote patient monitoring solution capable of detecting 97% of diabetic foot ulcers five weeks before clinical presentation. During this time, Ryan secured contracts with multiple health systems and health plans, including a national roll-out with the Veterans Health Administration. Ryan holds an MBA from Rice University and is passionate about bridging the gap between the implementation of technology solutions and the realization of value creation for customers.
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