IntelyCare Expands Executive Team with Appointment of John Shagoury as President and Chief Operating Officer

 
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John Shagoury, President & COO
QUINCY, Feb. 21, 2019 – IntelyCare today announced that John Shagoury has been appointed President & Chief Operating Officer, a new position at IntelyCare, an expansion to their executive team. Shagoury will assume the responsibility of accelerating growth and driving operational excellence at every level of IntelyCare, as they continue to scale their business and improve their workforce management solution at every turn. “I am extremely excited to join this dynamic team as we continue to bring technology-enabled innovations to an increasingly frustrated marketplace,” said Shagoury. “IntelyCare modernizes the traditionally inefficient and manual process of scheduling shifts at post-acute healthcare facilities; their expertise in post-acute staffing, coupled with their unique approach to workforce management optimization, presents an opportunity to truly reinvent the market.” Shagoury has a distinctive tenure of executive management, sales and marketing experience in the software and healthcare spaces; prior to this appointment, he served as Chief Executive Officer of Eliza Corporation. Prior to Eliza he served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Healthcare Division at Nuance Communications, Inc. Prior roles include President of Dragon Systems, President of Kubi Software and President of Corporate Software & Technologies. “I believe John will bring an integral new dimension to our team,” said David Coppins, IntelyCare’s Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer. “He has extensive experience in healthcare and a demonstrated track record of success growing strong teams and capitalizing on a business’s best qualities.” IntelyCare recently completed their Series A in November 2018, raising $10.8M About IntelyCare IntelyCare is an intelligent workforce management solution for post-acute healthcare facilities. Its unparalleled matching technology understands the needs of healthcare facilities and nursing professionals at a hyper-local level to improve care by automatically optimizing and augmenting staff. The company is headquartered outside of Boston, Mass. and backed by strategic investors including LRVHealth, Leerink Revelation Partners, Longmeadow Capital, and healthcare entrepreneur Bill Mantzoukas. For more information on our industry-changing solution, please visit our homepage. Contact Corey Field Head of Marketing, IntelyCare 1-844-683-5922 cfield@52.4.78.218
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