Shareable Ink Appoints Keith R. Slater as Vice President of Client Services

25-Year Healthcare IT Industry Veteran to Support Rapidly Growing Customer Base

Nashville, TN (June 6, 2012) Shareable Ink®, an enterprise cloud computing company that transforms handwritten documentation to structured data and analytics, today announced that Keith R. Slater has joined the organization as Vice President of Client Services. With 25 years of experience in healthcare IT, servicing physician and hospital automation demands, Slater will be responsible for leading Shareable Ink’s customer implementation, account management, and support functions.

Prior to joining Shareable Ink, Slater served as a General Manager and Vice President at Henry Schein Medical Systems, the technology division of Henry Schein (NASDAQ: HSIC), a Fortune 500 company.  His interdisciplinary team of client services, sales, finance, and IT produced the MicroMD Practice Management and Electronic Health Records software.  Slater led the division through the necessary development, certification and implementation planning for clients to have a path toward Meaningful Use and EDI 5010 regulatory mandates.  In addition to Henry Schein, Slater has held leadership positions at MED3000 and Misys Healthcare Systems (now Allscripts).

“Keith Slater is a healthcare IT industry veteran and a wonderful addition to our senior leadership team,” said Stephen S. Hau, President and CEO, Shareable Ink. “Keith is a results-oriented manager with extensive experience in scaling teams to support rapid growth and ensure customer success.”

Both providers and patients utilize Shareable Ink to document with natural input tools, such as digital pens and iPads, without compromising productivity.  The Shareable Ink cloud platform immediately collects and converts captured handwriting.  This structured and codified data feeds into core hospital and practice systems — as well as into Shareable Ink Analytics, which provides unprecedented insight into efficiency, quality, and costs.

“I am excited to be part of a high-growth organization like Shareable Ink that is making a meaningful impact in clinical documentation and analytics,” said Slater.  “I look forward to growing a world-class client services organization to support our healthcare customers and ensure their success.”

About Shareable Ink

Shareable Ink helps healthcare organizations of all sizes transition to electronic health records without disruption to workflow or burdensome IT projects. Its enterprise cloud-based platform incorporates natural input tools, including iPads and digital pen and paper technology featuring Anoto functionality. The resulting structured and clinically-encoded output populates the EHR with discrete data, as if typed in directly. Built-in analytics give hospitals and practices insight into their operations — from a clinical, quality and efficiency standpoint — all previously inaccessible from traditional paper records. For additional information, visit