Fort Wayne, Ind. – September 15, 2014 – Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE), a web-based, health information technology solutions provider serving patients, physicians, health systems and Fortune 500 organizations operating employee health clinics, today announced the appointment of several new team members. These new employees join the company at a time of exponential growth for MIE’s Enterprise Health division.
Dave Whisler, the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO), and Mike Krouse, Chief Information Security Officer, will both play a strategic role on the Senior Executive Management Team.
As the Chief Financial Officer, Whisler will be responsible for developing, implementing and managing the financial plans for MIE and its business divisions, Enterprise Health, WebChart and NoMoreClipboard. Whisler comes to MIE after serving as CFO and Controller at CN Richard Ellis / Sturgess in Fort Wayne, IN, for the past 11 years. Prior to that, Whisler was in investment sales at Fifth Third Bank and National City Bank.
As Chief Information Security Officer, Krouse will develop and direct the company’s corporate security strategy and security architecture, and provide oversight for all data and information security policies, standards and roles. He will also lead corporate security and privacy awareness and training for MIE employees and clients. Prior to his new role at MIE, Krouse served as the Information Security Officer at Star Financial Group in Fort Wayne, IN.
“We are very excited to welcome Dave and Michael to the senior management team,” said Matt Hohman, President of Enterprise Health. “The company is experiencing rapid growth, particularly in the employer health IT sector. Fortune 500 clients including Dow, Disney and Chevron are relying on our solutions and leadership for effective onsite employee clinic operations, and we are seeing huge opportunities as companies look to improve the health care provided to their employees while lowering costs. We look forward to having Dave and Michael onboard during this exciting time.”
The company also welcomes additional team members to various positions within the company, including:
About Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE)
The MIE portfolio includes innovative, interoperable HIT solutions that are web-based, easy to use, flexible and cost effective. Physicians in more than 2,500 clinics throughout the U.S., and corporate clients including Disney, Dow, Chevron, Xerox, Lilly, HCA, Humana and many others use MIE solutions in 52 countries around the world, in 10 languages.
MIE also provides advanced solutions for electronic patient engagement through its NoMoreClipboard subsidiary. For more information, visit http://www.mieweb.com.