Dina Appoints Tim Coulter as President and COO of Health Technology Company
Company recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the 40 fastest growing companies in the Midwest region
CHICAGO, March 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dinahan AI-powered homecare platform and network, today announced the promotion of Tim Coulter to the President, overseeing the implementation of the company’s growth strategy. Coulter will continue to serve as COO of Dina, a role he has held for the past six years.
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Under Coulter’s leadership, the company doubled year-over-year revenue growth and added innovative hospitals, health plans and home care providers to its client roster. Recently, Dina was ranked among the 40 fastest growing private companies in Inc. Magazine’s Midwest Regional Rankings.
“I have had the pleasure of working with Tim for over 10 years and have watched him successfully lead all major functions of a business. I am delighted to continue our partnership as we grow Dina together into our next period of growth”, said the CEO of Dina Ashish V. Shah.
Dina’s digital platform brings together several important aspects to deliver successful home care models: a network of leading home care providers, real-time collaboration tools, remote patient monitoring capabilities, and actionable insights. at home to address the social determinants of health for an individual. Dina’s home care network has grown to include home care agencies in all 50 US states to help people access more care in their homes and communities.
“As the market looks for new ways to extend care beyond the hospital, our team is focused on innovating and delivering an exceptional customer experience,” Coulter said. “We are well positioned to lead the healthcare industry’s transition to virtual and home care.”
Prior to joining Dina, Coulter worked for eight years at Medicity (a subsidiary of Aetna), where he held leadership positions in business development, account management, finance and strategy. During his time with the company, Medicity has onboarded more than 1,300 hospitals and 250,000 ambulatory care professionals to its market-leading interoperability platform to facilitate better data sharing across the continuum of care. Earlier in his career, he held project and product management positions for fast-growing e-commerce companies and served as a consultant to the US State Department and the US Department of Commerce. He obtained a bachelor’s degree from Utah State University and a Graduate Certificate in Advanced Project Management from Stanford University.
Coulter’s appointment follows a period of accelerated growth and key leadership appointments at the company.
- Last year, Dina closed a $7 million Series A Funding Round directed by philadelphia creamOsage-based Osage Venture Partners, as well as existing investors, strategic partners and Wheaton, Ill.First Trust Capital Partners. Since then, the company has made significant investments in engineering, security, account management, product development and go-to-market activities.
- Director of Growth Bob Maluso and three regional vice presidents recently joined the company to support its national expansion plans and meet growing market demand for products that monitor, manage and deliver home care.
- dr. Maryann Lauletta joined Dina as Chief Medical Officer and leads a team to accelerate the development of high quality home care programs and ensure client success.
- The company added new customers and achieved significant customer expansions. More recently, Dina was chosen as digital platform partner for BAYADA Home Health Care Joint Venture Hospital and Health Plan Value-Based Care Partnerships.
- The company has seen its revenue increase 5x over the past two years and has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the 40 fastest growing companies in the Midwest region.
Dina powers the future of home care. We are an AI-powered care coordination platform and network that supports hospitals and health systems, ACOs, and health plans as they transition to home care. Our technology is used to efficiently transfer people home or to another post-acute facility after hospitalization; activate medical and non-medical services at home; remotely monitor people between visits to help them stay home safely; and evaluate new types of in-home data to identify risks and inform care plans. For more information, visit www.dinacare.com.
Philippe AnastAmendola Communications (for Dina)