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Zipnosis Adds to Executive Leadership Team to Support Growing Client Portfolio

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Zipnosis Team

Zipnosis Team
February 6, 2017

MINNEAPOLIS, MN—January 11, 2017 – To support their growing client base, Zipnosis, Inc. (Zipnosis) announced today that it has hired healthcare industry leader Catherine Murphy as the company’s new Vice President of Account Management.

“We are excited to welcome Catherine to Zipnosis, and anticipate she will bring a great deal of value to our account management team and client relationships,” stated Jon Pearce, CEO at Zipnosis.

Increasingly, healthcare organizations are turning to virtual care, rather than traditional, siloed telemedicine, to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing industry. This has spurred significant growth in Zipnosis’ client portfolio. With more than 20 years working in the healthcare and technology industries, Murphy will leverage her experience to lead the account management team in enhancing client engagement and supporting long-term partnerships.

“Catherine’s experience forging strong client relationships will be vital as we continue to grow our client base,” added Pearce. “We are committed to our clients’ success, and bringing Catherine on board will give our clients an advocate at the executive leadership level as we expand our product and service offerings.”

Prior to joining Zipnosis, Murphy held numerous leadership positions in the areas of account management, IT project management, business development and sales. During her recent seven-year tenure with Surescripts, Murphy held several positions, most recently playing a key role in building its long-term care market. Over the course of her career, she has worked for other leading healthcare and technology companies, including United Health Group and Lawson Software.

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