Los Angeles, CA – (August 5, 2020) MedInformatix, an innovator in radiology information systems (RIS), announced today that Aaron Bathum, Chief Information Officer at Mt. Baker Imaging in Bellingham, Washington, has been named President of the MedInformatix Radiology Client Advisory Board; and Alicia Gates, RIS Manager also of Mt. Baker Imaging, has been named Secretary. Members of the board elected new officers at their recently held summer meeting. Bathum assumes the leadership role from Rick Arnold, Chief Information Officer of Fairfax Radiological Consultants; and Gates succeeds Sagit Frasier, Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of X-Ray Associates of New Mexico.
Comprised of representatives from the MedInformatix client community, the advisory board counsels MedInformatix leadership on product enhancements, regulatory issues and customer support initiatives, as well as fosters engagement and best practices collaboration among the entire MedInformatix client base.
"I look forward to leading our board and working with MedInformatix and industry leaders on the important challenges facing radiology practices today," said Bathum. "Especially now during the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as moving beyond, the delivery of healthcare is going through a transformational shift. The work of our board will be vitally important as, collectively, we tackle the technologies, issues and government mandates in a manner that benefits our practices and the patients we serve."
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"I cannot think of more outstanding individuals than Aaron and Alicia to guide our client-led advisory board at this time," said Chris Bruns, Director of Product and Services and board liaison at MedInformatix. "I know we will benefit from their leadership and perspective as we continue to bring new products to market and address the opportunities and challenges facing radiology practices around the country."