Shareable Ink hires CFO, opens new Boston office

Nashville-based clinical documentation company looks for continued growth

Shareable Ink announced today it has hired Dave Runck as chief financial officer and opened an office in Boston’s Innovation District.
 
Runck, who will be based in Denver, also will spend time in the company’s Nashville headquarters and in its regional office in Boston. Shareable Ink had been operating in the Massachusetts city from a office in the suburbs.

Runck (pictured) has nearly three decades of financial and strategic planning experience with health care companies. Prior to joining Shareable Ink, he was the CFO for Baxa Corp., a privately held global pharmacy technology company. During his tenure there, Runck led a strategic option process, which resulted in an equity backing from Goldman Sachs and then was instrumental to the company's sale to Baxter Healthcare in late 2011.

“This is a very exciting time of growth and innovation for Shareable Ink. Dave’s experience and insights will be immediately impactful as we both deliver for our clients and bring new solutions to market,” Laurie McGraw, Shareable Ink CEO, said in a release. “We are also pleased to expand our operations in Boston’s vibrant Innovation District as we continue to build our team.”

McGraw (at right) said the Boston location will allow the company to strengthen its engineering, product marketing and operational capabilities to meet the demands of “continued customer and market segment expansions.” She said the company has plans to expand its employee rosters in both its Boston and Nashville locations.  

Using the cloud, Shareable Ink transforms point-of-care clinical documentation to structured data and analytics.