Helia Care appoints a new board member and modernization healthcare using cloud-based software.

A 30-year industry veteran and former HCA Healthcare executive have joined Helia's strategic planning committee.

Fremont, CA: "We are growing our board to help us prepare for accelerated growth," said Helia Care Chief Executive Officer Grant Siders.  "Chris Taylor brings a breadth of healthcare business acumen and appreciates the urgency of new thinking rooted in technologies that will help health systems improve their bottom lines."

Chris Taylor has got appointed to the Helia Care Board of Directors. Helia Care is the first software firm to use cloud-based technology to rethink transaction procedures between health organizations and the medical device sector. The board expansion represents the company's ambitious future goal and shows a commitment to existing and prospective clients. According to a McKinsey & Company analysis, expectations are that the Cloud will provide healthcare businesses with more than 140 billion dollars in EBITDA value for new and upgraded use cases. As a result, Helia Care is an attractive partner for transitioning from a manual to a cloud-based procedure.

Taylor's perspective stems from three decades of experience as an executive of HCA Healthcare, the largest hospital operator in the United States. He served as President of Parallon as well as Chief Financial Officer of HCA's TriStar Division. In addition, he is a member of the Nashville Healthcare Council. Taylor has a master's degree in business administration from Belmont University and a bachelor's degree from Tennessee Wesleyan University.

Taylor's perspective stems from three decades of experience as an executive of HCA Healthcare, the largest hospital operator in the United States. He served as President of Parallon as well as Chief Financial Officer of HCA's TriStar Division. In addition, he is a member of the Nashville Healthcare Council. Taylor has a master's degree in business administration from Belmont University and a bachelor's degree from Tennessee Wesleyan University.

According to Helia Care data, the number of hospitals in the United States with negative margins has climbed by 98 percent in the previous three years. As a result, Helia Care intends to buck this trend by combining cloud-based solutions to tackle huge healthcare problems while also directly impacting a hospital's EBITDA.

Such efficiencies are more than a theory; Helia Care used data to uncover a 12.4 billion dollars savings opportunity for the healthcare and supplier industries in operating room operations alone. The firm pulled from diverse data sources and manual operations, moving them into the Cloud to provide real-time, accurate data and automated workflows.