Fort Wayne, IN – January 21, 2013 – Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE), a web-based, health information technology solutions provider serving physicians, health systems and Fortune 500 organizations operating on-site employee health clinics, today announced the appointment of Craig Mathison as Vice President of Finance. Mathison joins the company after 20 years of financial management and systems administration leadership within the manufacturing, construction and information technology industries. He most recently served as the Chief Financial Officer and President at Felderman Design-Build in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Prior to that role, he led financial teams at SAP America and Menasha Corporation.
In his new role at MIE, Mathison will be responsible for the development and administration of the annual budgets; fiscal analysis and planning; financial reporting; short/long-range forecasting; contract administration; purchasing, audit reviews, facilities management and strategic planning.
"Craig's strong experience and background will make him a key addition to our team," said Bruce Lisanti, CEO of MIE. "His consistent success at guiding profitable companies through growth cycles will help us in a number of important areas."
During his time at Felderman Design-Build, Mathison grew company revenue by 206 percent and increased the average profitability by more than 300 percent. He was also able to identify new business opportunities that helped increase revenue streams. "We are pleased to have Craig join us at a time where there is an unprecedented opportunity for growth and expansion in the health IT industry," concluded Lisanti.
MIE offers a Minimally Invasive™ suite of HIT products that are easy to use, flexible and cost effective. MIE solutions are in use today by more than 2,500 clinics throughout the U.S. and by corporate clients such as Disney, Dow, Chevron, Xerox, Lilly, HCA, Humana and many others in 19 countries around the world in eight languages. MIE also provides advanced solutions for chronic disease management, personal health records and advanced wellness modules through its NoMoreClipboard subsidiary. For more information, visit