Curantis Solutions, an Addison-based innovator in hospice and palliative care electronic health records software, has appointed Vicki Goodman as chief revenue officer.
She will be responsible for leading the company’s sales and marketing teams and go-to-market strategies and will report to CEO John Carreker.
“Vicki brings over 30 years of experience in the hospice and home care industry,” Carreker said in a statement. “She’s had tremendous success in leading home care companies through growth and expansion. She is both tenacious and compassionate and we feel that she is the perfect person to lead Curantis through pivotal growth in the coming months and years.”
Before joining Curantis, Goodman was vice president of enterprise sales at MatrixCare, and before that she was the director of sales at Optima, where she played a pivotal role in more than doubling their revenue in less than two years.
Curantis said that Goodman was a key leader in three startup ventures, leveraging her expertise to sell new products and services, catapulting them to industry leading solutions that are still highly regarded in the post-acute market today.
Goodman has a deep understanding of the post-acute care market and is passionate about solving the complex challenges that hospice and palliative care providers face today, Curantis said.
“As a nurse by background, hospice and palliative care is my first love, so I couldn’t be more excited,” Goodman said in a statement. “The company’s mission of advancing care through innovation is exactly what this industry needs. It’s time we work smarter, not harder, and I am thrilled to put my experience to work to further advance Curantis in making a real impact in the lives of nurses, administrators, healthcare staff and the patients they serve.”
Curantis Solutions also announced a recent appointment to its advisory board with the addition of Mike Lalor, M.D., chief medical officer at Trellis Supportive Care, who brings his insights on palliative care, pharmacy, medical staffing, and regulatory risk.
“We take our role as software solutions provider very seriously in terms of how we impact the workday and the lives we touch through our software. We’re assembling a team and advisory board of the brightest minds in the industry to build and deliver solutions that are refreshingly simple to hospice and palliative care,” Carreker said.
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