Rod O’Reilly leading healthcare technology at Edifecs

Healthcare business leader Rod O’Reilly has been named Chairman of the Board at Edifecs, where he will build the next generation of healthcare

Global health information technology solutions company Edifecs has announced the appointment of Rod O’Reilly to Chairman of the board, effective immediately. 

Edifecs serves 300m people in the US healthcare market, by offering market leading technology to its payer and health system customers.

“Edifecs is a trusted partner to both payers and health systems and has a broad footprint across the U.S. healthcare industry,” said O’Reilly. “This allows us to innovate at scale and enable our customers' strategic initiatives that will impact when and where care is delivered, how care is funded and ultimately improve access to care and affordability for all.”


Edifecs: the people, technology & vision to drive the next generation of healthcare

Rod O’Reilly earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, with a joint major in Economics and Finance from Simon Fraser University. He later earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of British Columbia.

O’Reilly is currently the non-executive Chairman of the board for medical documentation and data solution company Augmedix and on the board of directors for healthcare research firm KLAS Research. 

“Having encountered Edifecs on several occasions throughout my career, I’ve always been impressed with the company, the quality of its solutions, and its dedication to customers,” said Rod O’Reilly. “With a strong foundation in place and a powerful platform, Edifecs is well-positioned to accelerate profitable growth. The organisation is focused on customer-centric innovation and I am confident Edifecs has the people, technology and vision to help drive the next generation of healthcare.”

Rod O’Reilly

In the healthcare sector, the right strategy needs the right team

The Edifecs team are looking forward to welcoming O’Reilly to the team. 

“Rod has served on multiple boards and brings deep and meaningful expertise scaling organisations for long-term growth,” said Venkat Kavarthapu, CEO of Edifecs. “We have ambitious goals and it’s critical we have the right team to guide our strategy. We will benefit greatly from the guidance and support of a strong, experienced chairman to complement and enhance the strength of our current board.”

“Rod’s commitment to improving our healthcare system aligns with the foundational beliefs of Edifecs,” said Sunny Singh, Edifecs’ founder. “He has extensive leadership experience, a wealth of knowledge, and the kind of passion our industry needs to enact true change.”


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