Former Stanford Health Care CTO joins Medigram as VP of technology

Jessica Kim Cohen - Print  | 

Medigram, a clinical communication platform, recently appointed Dean Shold as its vice president of technology.

As vice president of technology, Mr. Shold will oversee the company's technical operations, delivery capabilities and customer support. Mr. Shold, who has advised Medigram since 2014, previously served as vice president of infrastructure and chief technology officer for Stanford Health Care in California.

"As an advisor I got to help shape the current Medigram enterprise system, which has been engineered for extremely high volumes and tolerant of many types of network and communication failures, thereby making it the most reliable and resilient application of its kind," Mr. Shold said.

"I look forward to helping lead Medigram into its next stage of growth," he continued.

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