DALLAS, Texas–January 18, 2022–QliqSOFT, a leading healthcare technology company whose mission is to enhance the patient experience using conversational artificial intelligence, secure texting and automated workflows, announced today the addition of Edward Marx to its Advisory Board as Chief Transformation Officer. In this position, Marx will help guide the company’s versatile healthcare clientele on their digital transformation journeys in the current and post-pandemic environment.
“At this critical growth stage in our 10-year history, it’s truly an honor to welcome Ed to our Board ofAdvisors,” said Krishna Kurapati, founder and CEO of QliqSOFT. “QliqSOFT is committed to recruiting proven leaders and we expect to benefit quickly from his wealth of enterprise IT and digital transformation expertise working for some of the nation’s largest, preeminent health systems. I look forward to Ed’s unique insights affirming our joint vision to disrupt healthcare through QliqSOFT’s innovation-led solutions that empower clinicians while putting the patient first.”
Marx also serves as is Chief Digital Officer for Tech Mahindra Health and Life Sciences. As CDO, he oversees digital strategy and execution for providers, payers, and life sciences and biotech companies. Previously, Marx served in multiple Chief Information Officer positions at ClevelandClinic, The Advisory Board where he providedIT leadership and strategy to New York City Health + Hospitals,Texas HealthResources and University Hospitals. Concurrent with his healthcare career, Marx served 15 years in the Army Reserve as a combat medic and combat engineer officer.
“I’m excited to work with QliqSOFT’s distinguished Advisory Board members and with Krishna, a successful technology and network security entrepreneur in his own right, to share my passion to transform healthcare digitally to save lives,” said Marx. “The pandemic has reinforced that telehealth technologies are here to stay. Patients and consumers expect convenient, on-demand care as part of their daily lives. Many of our dedicated providers at the front lines get it and are forging new digital practices reimagining the patient experience.”
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QliqSOFT is the developer of healthcare’s most flexible collaboration platform, designed to address the clinical communication and patient engagement needs of healthcare organizations. Rooted in security and built with total engagement in mind, this modular, scalable platform addresses the communication needs of today’s healthcare industry through secure texting, AI-driven chatbot technology on-demand telehealth solutions. Combined, these solutions deliver an average of 1.2 million clinical messages exchanged across the U.S. daily and facilitate more than six months of live virtual care every 180 minutes. To learn more, visit www.qliqsoft.com. Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.
A lifelong communicator, this Tennessee native got his start in broadcast news before branching out into public media, corporate, communications, digital advertising, and integrated marketing. Prior to joining QliqSOFT as the company's first marketing team member, Ben shared his talents with organizations that include the University of Alabama, iHeartMedia, and The Kroger Company.
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