Press ReleasePeraHealth Adds Vice President, Technical Services to Growing Team
PeraHealth continues to grow with the addition of the Vice President, Technical Services
CHARLOTTE, N.C., September 24, 2014 – PeraHealth, Inc. has announced that Kina Martin will fill the new role of Vice President, Technical Services. With almost 20 years of executive management, operational, and technical experience, Kina will join Charlotte, N.C.-based PeraHealth to focus on the implementation and deployment of the PeraHealth solution and ongoing support of the customers.
Kina is a software and cloud computing services executive with a background in analytics and business intelligence. She has built services operations from the ground up with focus on strategy, automation tools and customer loyalty. Kina’s technical support, premium support, and deployment management background is critical to PeraHealth’s continued growth in healthcare.
“PeraHealth is experiencing rapid growth. As our products continue to evolve and new products are launched, we needed a strong IT executive who can manage multiple projects and deadlines to ensure the company meets the market demands”, said Stephanie Alexander, PeraHealth’s CEO. “Kina has the unique skill set to make sure PeraHealth continues to grow our services and ensure our future success.”
Prior to joining PeraHealth, Kina co-founded a predictive analytics solutions company that helped drive business performance. At MicroStrategy, she was also responsible for growing a team to 170 employees responsible for beta consulting programs, technical support and customer care.
Kina received a MS in Biomaterials Engineering from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College and a BS in Mechanical Engineering and minor in Biomedical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
PeraHealth is transforming healthcare through the intelligent use of data. By leveraging the Rothman Index, a validated patient acuity score, PeraHealth software solutions enable healthcare providers to identify at-risk patients sooner for earlier intervention. Leading hospitals and health systems utilize PeraHealth’s real-time, predictive analytics to improve quality and reduce costs. Clinical results include lowering mortality rates as much as 30%. For more information, visit