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Matthew Simas joins Truveris board of directors

He brings experience from Alliance Health and IMS Health

New York-headquarted Truveris has elected Matthew Simas to its board of directors.

Simas brings nearly 30 years of life sciences management experience to the healthcare data analytics firm having worked at the likes of HealthyCircles, IMS Health and MedImpact Healthcare Systems.

In 2000, Simas founded MedInitiatives, a healthcare analytics technology company, and served as its president and chief executive officer before selling to IMS Health in 2007.

He has experience serving on the boards of several firms, including Aldera – a healthcare payers platform – and currently occupies the position of executive chair of the board at Alliance Health.

Marcia Radosevich, a director and board member at Truveris, said: “Matthew's decades of experience in our industry – spanning data and information management strategy – make him an asset to our board of directors.

“As we continue to grow, his insights and expertise will prove invaluable.”

26th April 2016

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