|James R. Wilson|
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Unibased Systems Architecture, Inc. (Unibased) announced today that James R. Wilson has accepted a seat on its Board of Directors. Mr. Wilson is currently the CEO of Health Outcomes Sciences LLC (HOS), and formerly the President of Craneware, Inc., as well as served as an executive with Cerner and EDS.
Larry Covington, Chairman & CEO of Unibased, stated, “Jim brings over 30 years of experience in the healthcare information technology (HIT) market to the Unibased Board. Jim’s extensive executive experience in revenue cycle management, EMR and clinical research decision-support market segments compliments Unibased’s strategies related to surgery management, coordinated access to care, provider productivity and population management.”
Jim Wilson, CEO of HOS, added, “There is a direct relationship between revenue cycle management and complex clinical variables that lead to patient outcomes. Major providers are facing economic challenges that require competitive approaches to access to care and the efficient management of the most productive use of resources leading to quality outcomes. Unibased has been promoting this concept for many years. The Unibased reputation for quality and service is second to none in the industry, and I look forward to helping them formulate the appropriate tactics to leverage their products and services.”
About Health Outcomes Science LLC: Health Outcomes Sciences LLC is dedicated to providing innovative IT solutions that improve the quality of healthcare delivery. They focus on translating the latest advances in clinical research into decision-support products and services for physicians and their patients, healthcare organizations and other medical software developers.
Their solutions empower users to see complex relationships between clinical variables – such as comorbidities, sociodemographic attributes, biochemical markers and genomic determinants – and patient outcomes. Better understanding of these relationships allows patient care to be individualized in ways that previously could only be imagined.
Their interdisciplinary team of physicians, outcomes researchers and information technology experts pays special attention to creating user interfaces that are both intuitive and responsive, and that readily integrate into the workflow of the researchers who develop risk models and the clinicians who use them.