Shareable Ink hires new CEO as Hau moves to CTO role

McGraw arrives from Allscripts

Shareable Ink announced today that founder and chief executive officer Stephen Hau will assume the role of chief technology officer, with Laurie McGraw joining the company as CEO and board member.

McGraw brings more than 20 years of executive leadership within the health care IT industry. She most recently served as chief client officer at Allscripts, spending the majority of her tenure as president of Allscripts’ fastest growing EHR business unit. McGraw joined Allscripts when it was a $30 million company with five initial clients and helped it become a $1.5 billion company serving tens of thousands of clients. Prior to working at Allscripts, McGraw held various executive roles at IDX (acquired by GE Healthcare) and its internet subsidiary ChannelHealth (acquired by Allscripts).

“This is an important period for the company, having established itself with notable client successes using an innovative yet pragmatic platform," Tony Miller, chairman of the Shareable Ink board of directors and managing partner of Lemhi Ventures, said in a release. "Laurie has a proven track record of leading growth in the healthcare IT space and is extremely well suited to build on the company’s current momentum.”

Hau called McGraw's arrival "a huge win for our organization and validation of our founding beliefs about the industry." He will now oversee the company’s product development organization and will "further augment Shareable Ink’s underlying enterprise cloud platform," according to the release.

Shareable Ink is a cloud computing company that takes point-of-care clinical documentation and transfers it to structured data and analytics.