QRS Adds a Business Development Manager, Integrated Solutions
Mark Austin to Build Partnerships and Integration Strategies with Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Vendors for QRS Diagnostic, Developer of Computer Card Medical Devices
MINNEAPOLIS (PRWEB) October 7, 2003 - October 7, 2003 -
QRS Diagnostic, leader in innovative design and development of software-based medical devices in computer cards, has hired Mark Austin in the new position of business development manager, integrated solutions. ÂWhen our computer card medical devices are integrated with electronic medical record systems, diagnostic data automatically becomes part of the medical record. This provides greater functionality and value for physicians using EMRs,Â says Spencer Lien, chief executive officer, QRS Diagnostic. ÂWith MarkÂs background in both software engineering and strategic sales, he will secure and advance opportunities for QRS to integrate our devices into EMRs and thereby create new business channels.Â
Prior to joining QRS, Austin was the founder and chief technology officer of VOcX Software, developer of software that defines customer requirements and priorities for product features. He previously served as an account executive for Informix Software and a senior sales engineer with Red Brick, and he began his IT career as a senior systems analyst with Synoptics. Austin was also a commercial banker with Citibank for six years. He holds a bachelorÂs of arts degree in economics from St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn.
About QRS Diagnostic
Founded in 1994, QRS Diagnostic, Plymouth, Minn., uses innovative software technology to design and develop FDA-approved medical devices that simplify and reduce the costs of diagnostic testing and patient monitoring. With our patented computer card technology platform, QRS turns PDAs, laptops and handheld PCs into modular, upgradeable and portable medical devices and streamlines the collection and communication of precise physiological data. We enable primary care physicians to cost-effectively practice high-tech medicine while delivering the accuracy that specialists and hospitals demand. The affordability, durability and mobility of QRS devices also advance patient monitoring for home health care, disease management, and personal health management. For more information on QRS, please visit www. QRSdiagnostic. com.
Note to Editors: QRS Diagnostic will demonstrate is full line of computer card medical devices at the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) conference at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, La., October 12-14, 2003. QRS will be at Booth #947.