PatientKeeper Appoints Barry Gutwillig VP of Sales and Marketing
Veteran healthcare technology executive joins physician-centric software company to grow its user base of 65,000 physicians
PatientKeeper®, Inc., a provider of EHR accelerator solutions for healthcare providers, today announced that Barry Gutwillig has joined the company as Vice President, Sales, and Marketing, reporting to PatientKeeper CEO Paul Brient. In this role, Gutwillig is responsible for all market outreach initiatives to expand the company’s customer base, business partnerships and awareness in North America.
Barry Gutwillig has 20 years of experience in the healthcare technology industry, marketing and selling enterprise-class software solutions to hospitals and health systems. He has held leadership positions at Lexmark Healthcare, AMICAS (IBM Watson Health) and started his career at Massachusetts General Hospital.
“I’m excited to join PatientKeeper at this moment in both the company’s and the health IT industry’s evolution,” Gutwillig said.
Barry added, “With EHR systems firmly entrenched at hospitals, yet physicians struggling to use them productively, the opportunity for EHR accelerator technology is ripe. The fact that PatientKeeper offers a complete, EHR agnostic physician workflow application suite and modular solutions that address specific, high-priority workflow issues means we can meet a wide range of hospitals’ needs.”
“Barry is a great addition to PatientKeeper’s leadership team,” Paul Brient said.
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CEO Paul added, “His experience leading sales teams and building strong customer partnerships and business alliances will serve PatientKeeper well as we embark upon our next phase of growth.”
Currently, PatientKeeper®, Inc. provides technology that streamlines physicians’ workflow to improve efficiency and patient care. PatientKeeper offers a fully integrated application suite and modular solutions that integrate with many existing healthcare information systems to support healthcare providers in adopting technology meeting MACRA requirements and transitioning to value-based care.