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Caregility’s Sudhir Ahuja Selected as Honoree for NJBIZ 2021 Digi-Tech Awards

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Caregility’s Sudhir Ahuja Selected as Honoree for NJBIZ 2021 Digi-Tech Awards

This award is given to help recognize innovators who have demonstrated excellence in technology leadership.

We are proud to announce that Caregility’s very own Sid Ahuja has been selected as a recipient of this year’s NJBIZ’s Digi-Tech Awards! These awards are given to represent pioneers from New Jersey who have, and are, introducing significant advances in the technological and digital space at their organizations, thus enhancing the overall productivity and performance of their companies.

As SVP of Product Management for Caregility, Dr. Sudhir “Sid” Ahuja has led the initiative to evolve the Caregility Platform and its related products and services to deliver a formidable range of telehealth solutions to the marketplace under its brand. This work has not gone unnoticed, leading to the Caregility Platform being recognized as Best in KLAS for Virtual Care Platforms (non-EMR) for 2021.

NJBIZ will be honoring Sid, along with the rest of the award winners, with a virtual ceremony taking place on Thursday, April 22nd from 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM. If you would like to help congratulate Sid on this incredible achievement, you can register for the ceremony here.

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HIMSS Profiles Caregility VP of Clinical Solutions Wendy Deibert

Wendy Deibert, EMBA, BSN, RN, Caregility’s Vice President of Clinical Solutions, recently shared her healthcare origin story in the HIMSS profile piece It’s Personal: One Woman’s Journey from Health Scare to VP of Virtual Care.

The healthcare industry veteran and telehealth maven offers a candid glimpse into how her experience as a young patient led her to a career in healthcare, where she would work as an ICU nurse for twenty years. Deibert highlights her journey from the patient bedside to the field of healthcare technology, where she managed IT implementations before segueing into a teleICU operations role that brought her into the world of telehealth.

Deibert would then go on to help launch the first all-virtual care center, offering more than 70 telehealth programs across six states. She reveals lessons learned over the course of her career, touching on the important role that EHR integration and clinician buy-in play in the success of telehealth programs. Deibert also offers recommendations on how to tailor telehealth programs “to have a bigger, sustainable impact.”

Read the full HIMSS article here to learn more.

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