AvaSure Expands Leadership Team, Announces New Telehealth Services to Improve Patient and Staff Safety
MUSKEGON, Mich., Nov. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/
AvaSure, a leading provider of advanced patient safety monitoring systems, today announced a new leadership structure and a line of business and consulting services intended to significantly improve safety and quality in inpatient hospital environments.
To better align AvaSure’s leadership team with its product portfolio, new services, and robust roadmap, the company announced the promotion of three longtime AvaSure team members to new C-suite roles.
- Brad Playford remains in the CEO role, but with a greater emphasis on corporate strategy and vision.
- Kyle Pett was named president and chief operating officer, and among other duties, will oversee the company’s new effort to offer contracted remote patient monitoring services to hospitals nationwide. The program will offer hospitals a safe and effective alternative to training their own staff or providing costly in-room patient monitoring.
- Lisbeth Votruba, MSN, RN, was named chief clinical innovation officer. She will lead the company’s new clinical consulting arm, which will allow hospitals to work with her and her team to better integrate a patient safety monitoring platform that improves patient outcomes and protects hospital staff.
- Toby Eadelman was named chief technology officer. One of his key initiatives involves ORNA®, AvaSure’s Online Reporting of Nursing Analytics. The goal is to better leverage predictive analytics and big data to help hospitals measurably improve patient and staff safety.
The leadership changes and focus on new services are a reflection of the company’s significant growth in recent years, and strengthen AvaSure’s position as a critical partner to hospital leaders nationwide.