Boston- (Business WireCoheello, a platform for monitoring and sharing medical equipment, announced today that Tom Kadi will join the Cohelo leadership team as chief operating officer. With over 30 years of experience in a number of advanced healthcare technology companies, Kadi brings unparalleled expertise in enhancing professional services, operations and customer success. Kadi has previously served in leadership teams at Athena Health and CareCloud, which oversees the implementation of more than $ 2 billion of annual revenues to hospital and health systems.
“Tom is growing product adoption in a complex, highly matricated healthcare system, overcoming incredible knowledge and team culture, repetitive processes and complexities,” said Cohoalo CEO Todd Rotenhouse. “The COVID-19 pandemic has forced health systems to re-evaluate traditional approaches to purchasing expensive medical equipment and supplies. As we enter the transition point in the hospital supply chain, Tom joins Kohelo as we expand to meet the needs of our global health system. We are very happy to have him in the team. ”
Cadi recently held the position of General Manager of Income Cycle Services, which oversees all strategic and day-to-day operations at Kareo, a healthcare IT company. Mina served as vice president of professional services in Athens Health, expanding the team from 23 to 300 staff, expanding its recurring income by more than 500% and relocating and retiring staff. While on CareCloud, Cadi doubled quarterly revenue in nine months, reducing application cycle times by 20%.
I have spent all my work promoting health care IT organizations for great growth. It is an honor to be a part of Coca-Cola and to bring this unique product to health systems across the industry, at such an important time in our industry, ”said Coca-Cola General Manager Tom Kadi.
According to Boston, Cohealo is actively saving data on health systems by actively using data analytics and device sharing, thus allowing health systems to re-invest those dollars in their growth. Deep insights into device use, hospitals can suggest recurring equipment, rent-free opportunities, and ways to share resources between devices. As the program expands into the health system, network outcomes will increase savings and improve access to expensive medical technology providers. Cohealo has been named the CNBC Disruptor 50 for the fastest growing company and is the first of its kind to bring its partner economy to health. Learn more at cohealo.com.