MediQuant®, the leading innovator and provider of enterprise active archiving solutions to hospitals and health systems, announced the addition of Bruce Cerullo as a member of its board of directors.
“We’re pleased to formalize our relationship with Bruce at MediQuant. Bruce has always been dedicated to providing leading solutions that build stronger healthcare systems,” said MediQuant CEO Jim Jacobs. “Whether on a board or as a chief executive, Bruce has been integral to transforming and growing companies like ours that provide innovative solutions to healthcare providers.”
Cerullo has more than 35 years of leadership experience in the healthcare industry as the CEO and chair of the board at a variety of healthcare consulting and staffing companies. In addition to joining the MediQuant Board of Directors, he currently serves as the Board Chair of Nordic Consulting Partners, an award-winning health IT staffing, consulting, and managed services firm.
“I’m pleased to join the MediQuant team as this fast-growing industry pioneer develops next-gen technologies for data management that deliver a positive customer experience and builds hospitals’ confidence in their records,” said Cerullo. “My entrée into healthcare stemmed from offering staffing solutions but has extended to supporting breakthrough companies like MediQuant that change the dynamic and efficacy of healthcare services to support that staff.”
Cerullo served as both CEO and chair at Nordic Consulting Partners from 2015 to 2018. Previously, he served as chair and CEO of Vitalize Consulting Solutions (VCS), a healthcare IT consulting firm. Cerullo also was the chairman of Cross Country Staffing, Inc. (CCRN), a leading provider of healthcare staffing solutions. Before that, he was the CEO of TravCorps, which merged with Cross Country in 1999.
Founded in 1999, and headquartered in Brecksville, Ohio, MediQuant is the leader in enterprise active archiving solutions for hospitals and health systems. The Company’s flagship product, DataArk®, is a solution that assists hospitals in retiring legacy clinical and patient accounting platforms and maintaining access to relevant data via a cloud-based software platform. Active archiving grants users the necessary functionality of a legacy system without the expense and risks. Data is kept active for quickly retrieving files, easily updating old records, and continuing to bill accounts. MediQuant serves nearly 200 individual health systems which represent more than 1,000 hospital and physician practice customers. For more information, visit www.mediquant.com.