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LOS ANGELES, CA --(Marketwired - January 19, 2016) - Kevin Daly has been named president of Zynx Health, a provider of clinical care information, analytics and software to hospitals and other healthcare providers. The announcement was made by Hearst President and CEO Steven R. Swartz, Hearst Business Media President Richard P. Malloch, and Hearst Health President Gregory Dorn, MD. Zynx Health is part of the Hearst Health network. The appointment is effective immediately.
In this role, Daly has responsibility for all strategic and operational functions for Zynx Health. Zynx offers leading order set and plan of care solutions for healthcare organizations, as well as innovative technologies that include an analytics and machine learning solution that identifies variations in care, and ZynxCarebook, a breakthrough mobile application for care coordination.
"Zynx holds a key position among the Hearst Health companies -- for more than a decade, it has expanded Hearst's position in healthcare," Malloch said. "Under Kevin's leadership, Zynx will continue to find new ways to deliver vital information into the hands of everyone that touches a person's care."
"Kevin has an exceptional entrepreneurial track record, proven leadership, and strong operational skills, so it gives me great pleasure to announce his appointment as Zynx's new president," Dorn said. "Zynx has terrific growth opportunities ahead and Kevin is the right leader to drive the business into its next phase of expansion."
Prior to joining Hearst Health upon the acquisition of MCG in 2012, Daly served as the commercial leader for MCG and was instrumental in building the MCG business from its earliest days. In his 10-year tenure, Daly helped to build customer-facing functions at MCG, including sales, government programs and account management. Named Equity Principal in 2011, Daly was instrumental in the overall management and direction of the business, which experienced significant year-over-year growth.
Daly has also held commercial leadership roles with McKesson's decision support analytics and medical management offerings. He began his career at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, serving in various information technology and customer support leadership roles.
"The Zynx team is a strong group of professionals who are committed to the company and its mission," Daly said. "We have an opportunity to do more great work, and I am confident in the team, the business and its potential. I am excited about the possibilities."
About Zynx Health
Zynx Health, part of the Hearst Health network, is the pioneer and market leader in evidence- and experience-based clinical improvement and mobile care solutions that provide the care guidance to enhance quality, improve care coordination, and decrease variation across an individual's health journey. With Zynx Health, healthcare organizations exceed industry demands for delivering high-quality care at lower costs under value-based reimbursement models. Zynx Health partners with healthcare organizations to continuously and measurably improve care every day, for every patient, every time. To learn more, visit www.zynxhealth.com or call 855.367.ZYNX.
About Hearst Health
Zynx Health is part of the Hearst Health network, which also includes FDB (First Databank), MCG and Homecare Homebase, Hearst Health International, Hearst Health Ventures and the Hearst Health Innovation Lab. The mission of Hearst Health is to help guide the most important care moments by delivering vital information into the hands of everyone who touches a person's health journey. Each year in the U.S., care guidance from the Hearst Health network reaches 84 percent of discharged patients, 174 million insured individuals, 41 million home health visits and 4 billion prescriptions. www.hearsthealth.com.
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