HOLYOKE, MA 4/6/2021 — Continuing a period of unprecedented growth, Pixel Health (www.gopixelhealth.com), a five-company, national healthcare consulting ecosystem, has appointed two seasoned IT professionals to fill new brand-level Operations Manager roles. Former Yankee Candle Chief Information Officer Dennis Shockro assumes the role of Director of Operations at healthcare IT and engineering consultancy VertitechIT. IT Managed Services Industry Manager Jennifer Brown joins MSP baytechIT as Senior Director of Operations.
“Pixel Health has almost doubled in size during the last year,” says VertitechIT President and Pixel Health Chief Operating Officer Gregory Pellerin. “Dennis’ experience as a senior IT leader with some of America’s most technologically-savvy companies will allow him to assume a key leadership position within VertitechIT.” In addition to Yankee Candle, Shockro held senior operational roles at Brookstone and Northern Tool and Equipment.
“BaytechIT is one of the country’s only healthcare-focused Managed Service Providers,” says baytechIT President Patrick Streck. “In addition to our hospital clients, we serve more than 150 medical practices, clinics, and non-profits. As we continue to expand our MSP capabilities, we need someone with Jennifer’s experience to continue to optimize our data-driven processes and assure that we’re providing the best possible service through our U.S. based call center and field services operations.” Brown has more than twenty years of customer focused and technical experience both in the Human Services and IT Managed Services Industries.
Pixel Health companies VertitechIT, baytechIT, Nectar Strategic Consulting, akiro, and Liberty Fox Technologies work with health systems, hospitals, clinics, and medical practices across North America. VertitechIT is the leading certified HIMSS Analytics INFRAM consultant in the world. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began a year ago, Pixel Health has expanded its overall workforce by approximately (40%) across its U.S. operations.
About Pixel Health: The five companies that make up the Pixel Health portfolio of companies are inspired enough to believe that we have the power to improve our healthcare system. We make healthcare better for patients, providers, and administrators alike by facilitating the use of technology, simplifying the process of using it, and overcoming the cultural and organizational constraints hindering its adoption.