Press Release

PeraHealth Hires Healthcare Expert Carolyn Scott as new Chief Customer Officer

Scott brings health leadership, nursing experience to new position

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (August 23, 2016) – PeraHealth today announces the appointment of Dallas-area health care professional Carolyn Scott as Chief Customer Officer/Senior Vice President. PeraHealth provides hospitals with a clinical surveillance tool to better predict patient readmission and mortality risks.

Carolyn comes to PeraHealth from Premier, Inc. and brings expertise in value based care, patient engagement, and population health, as well as front line healthcare experience as a registered nurse.

At PeraHealth, Carolyn will lead the account management team and report directly to CEO Stephanie Alexander. She will be responsible for not only managing client relationships, but also ensuring that they achieve clinical process improvements envisioned with adoption of PeraHealth tools.

“We are excited to have Carolyn’s unique blend of healthcare data and analytics experience, coupled the invaluable experience she gained while working for years as a nurse,” said Alexander. “Carolyn will be an enormous asset for PeraHealth customers as they leverage the Rothman Index to improve patient care,” she added.

For six years at Premier, Inc., Carolyn was responsible for the company’s healthcare quality and safety service line, and consulting services. Previously, she worked in various consulting and relationship management roles with KPMG and Vizient, and was a registered nurse and nursing administrator in the Dallas area.

Carolyn holds an MHA from the University of Texas at Arlington, a BS in Nursing from Texas Christian University, a MS in Secondary & Higher Education Consulting & Guidance from Texas A&M and a BA in Business and Finance from University of Texas El Paso.

PeraHealth is a software company that uses the Rothman Index to transform the clinical and financial efficiency of healthcare. The Rothman Index is the first algorithm that derives one simple score from the vast amount of data in the electronic medical record to create a picture of any patient’s condition over time – any age, any disease, any care setting. It is the only algorithm proven to reduce mortality in practice. Other results include reducing length of stay and readmissions. Our customers are leading hospitals and clinicians who need to identify patients at risk of rapid decline, make decisions about transfer and discharge, predict the risk of severe infection, and improve the overall efficiency and quality of care. For more information, visit and @PeraHealth.