San Diego-based Cognitive Medical Systems has announced that Lesley King, vice chair of enterprise revenue cycle systems for the Mayo Clinic, has been appointed to its board of advisers.
Cognitive Medical Systems, which develops custom clinical decision support software, said in a release that King will come to the board with more than 25 years of health care industry experience. She received the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s Outstanding Service Award in 2012 and the Founders Leadership Award in 2010, the release noted.
In her position at Mayo Clinic, King supports the revenue cycle systems for the institution's locations in Minnesota, Arizona and Florida. She also serves as adjunct faculty for the University of Illinois at Chicago’s master’s degree program in health care informatics.
"Lesley is an innovative leader with broad experience in clinical information systems and project management," Douglas Burke, president of Cognitive Medical Systems, said. "Her expertise will be extremely valuable as we expand our product and service offerings that offer the patient and provider real-time access to key health information that will drive better decisions with far better outcomes at affordable costs."