Sarah Shillington Appointed as TigerConnect SVP of Client Success

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TigerConnect, the leading clinical communications and collaboration (CC&C) solution provider, has appointed Sarah Shillington as Senior Vice President of Client Success.

Shillington has more than 25 years of experience in Healthcare IT and has worked at several large-scale, global enterprises overseeing client organizations and leading client services, most recently at Leidos Health.

At Leidos Health, Shillington led consulting advisory services and strategic partnerships and spent 19 years at McKeeson running the company’s education program, clinical consulting, and account management and teams. She also has extensive experience as a health educator from her time at the University of Wisconsin and Humboldt State University and holds a bachelor’s degree from North Central College and a masters in Education Administration and Health from Northwest Missouri State University.

“We are entering an era in healthcare technology where the problems that need to be solved are highly complex,” stated Brad Brooks, CEO and co-founder of TigerConnect. “Sarah brings a deep reservoir of healthcare knowledge to our customer organization. She is not only a problem solver but someone who innately understands client needs. These skills make her a highly-valued asset to our clients as they look to transform the way they use our communication platform to deliver better care.”

Shillington’s new role will be to represent more than 5,000 TigerConnect customers and lead the TigerConnect teams responsible for onboarding new customers and helping them to get the most benefit from TigerConnect’s expanding portfolio of healthcare communication and collaboration solutions.

“It’s exciting to join TigerConnect at a time when so many healthcare organizations are transforming the way they deliver care,” said Shillington. “I look forward to shaping the future of healthcare along with TigerConnect’s passionate customer base and talented employees.”

Author: HIPAA Journal

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