(Greenville, South Carolina) – March 1, 2021 – ChartSpan, the largest provider of fully-managed chronic care management programs in the U.S, announced the appointment of Keith Lynn as its new Chief Technology Officer.
Keith has more than 25 years of experience driving innovation and delivering value in highly regulated environments. His previous experience includes growing multiple growth stage companies eventually acquired by brands such as Dell/EMC, FirstData/Fiserv, LexisNexis, BISYS/Citi. In addition to his post graduate work in computer language systems and mathematics, he is a graduate of the University of Georgia. He is a patented inventor in secure, high speed transaction and document processing and storage.
In his new role, Keith will partner with ChartSpan’s leadership team, board of directors, and customers to design solutions that improve patient outcomes.
“I am honored to join the extremely talented ChartSpan leadership team,’ commented Keith. ‘Every team member that I meet is focused on providing quality patient care. I look forward to contributing to the mission of improving patient health through preventative care, resolving care gaps, and preventing readmissions. It’s truly an opportunity to serve others through delivering new innovative healthcare technology solutions.”
“Keith has a track record of helping to successfully grow companies by driving innovation and value,” said ChartSpan CEO, Jon-Michial Carter. “He brings a level of experience that will greatly impact our ability to scale in the coming years. We are thrilled to welcome him to the company.”
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