Callins will build relationships with hospitals and post-acute providers in the East Coast.

Digital healthcare technology company Prepared Health has named Jamison Callins its regional vice president of sales, a new position for the four-year-old company, effective July 31, 2019.

Callins’ role will include building relationships with hospitals, health systems and post-acute providers in the East Coast, as part of the company’s national growth strategy. He will be based in Memphis.

Most recently, Callins was the director of sales at Seattle-based Cloudticity, where he sold HIPAA-compliant cloud services to hospitals, healthcare IT companies, and insurance and pharmaceutical companies.

Prior to that, he was a client partner at Computer Task Group, a healthcare IT consulting company. Earlier, he was the director of business development at ClearDATA, the leading provider of HIPAA-compliant cloud hosting and healthcare security and compliance services.

“We’re excited to have Jamison on board to help us expand our reach and to help more hospitals stay connected to patients as care continues to move outside of the hospital and into the home,” says David Bean, Prepared Health’s senior vice president of sales and marketing.

About Dina

Dina is a Chicago-based digital healthcare company that connects hospitals and health plans to the multiple providers involved in a patient’s care post discharge including post-acute care facilities, home care and social determinants of health partners. The award-winning platform has been recognized for its easy-to-use, innovative user experience and DINA, an AI technology that acts as a virtual care coordinator suggesting evidence-based interventions. Today, Prepared Health is connected to 750 sites across the U.S. with demonstrated outcomes that dramatically decrease avoidable readmission rates, reduce unnecessary ER visits, and boost caregiver productivity. For more information, visit


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