MINNEAPOLIS--(Nationwide Health Information Network (NwHIN) connectivity, today announced the appointment of Duane Kullberg to its Board of Directors. Kullberg will provide his expertise to help grow the financial and clinical product sales at ApeniMED as well as advise on fundraising, strategic acquisitions, investor relations, and similar matters. Kullberg joins Chuck Neerland, Dan Bryant, Barb Stinnett and CEO John Fraser on the Board.)--ApeniMED, a leader in healthcare interoperability and
“We are excited to have Duane join our Board at this critical juncture in healthcare’s transformation from paper and pencil to automation”
“ApeniMED provides products and services critical to the efficient processing of healthcare information. It is in a field that couldn't be more timely,” said Kullberg.
“We are excited to have Duane join our Board at this critical juncture in healthcare’s transformation from paper and pencil to automation,” said Fraser. “As former leader of the audit and consulting firm Arthur Andersen, Duane will help us educate the market about our new services, including our eAudit service, which helps providers automate a key part of their Medicare workflows.”
Prior to joining the ApeniMED Board of Directors, Kullberg served as CEO and Managing Partner of Arthur Andersen & Co. from 1980 until 1989. He currently serves on a number of boards, including the Chicago Board Options Exchange and Artio Global Investors, Inc., with previous board experience on several private and public company boards. Kullberg is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, the Commercial Club of Chicago, and a Life Trustee of Northwestern University and the University of Minnesota Foundation.
Kullberg holds a B.B.A. degree, with honors, from the University of Minnesota.
ApeniMED is a Health IT company, providing high-value automated workflow solutions to healthcare providers. Founded in 2007 by experts in healthcare technologies, ApeniMED is an industry-leader in health information exchange (HIE) and federal agency connectivity using the Nationwide Health Information Network (NwHIN).