Voalte, a Sarasota, FL-based company that develops smartphone alternatives that simplify caregiver communication has appointed Adam McMullin as chairman and chief executive officer, replacing Founder and President Trey Lauderdale. The company recently announced the addition of 125 hospitals to its customer base
Prior to joining Voalte, McMullin led Hill-Rom’s Clinical Workflow Solutions business where he defined and initiated a new growth strategy, built a new leadership team, acquired and integrated a complementary business, and dramatically increased revenue, earnings and customer satisfaction over a five year period. He also transformed the sales and services organizations and implemented an improved new product development process. Prior to serving as the general manager, McMullin held various vice president positions for Hill-Rom including vice president marketing for IT solutions and vice president consulting and business development.
“I’m thrilled to be joining a company that delivers life-changing communication, safety and productivity solutions for the healthcare enterprise, at such a pivotal moment in Voalte’s growth,” said McMullin in an official statement. “I’m inspired by the company’s vision to be the market leading clinical communication solutions business that meaningfully improves patient outcomes, operational performance and the human experience. The recent significant increase in customer wins demonstrates the market’s need for this important technology. I look forward to working closely with the team to create new opportunities for business success as we take the business to the next level.”