Cal eConnect, the state-designated entity to manage and distribute HITECH Act funds to health information exchange initiatives in California, has named Ted Kremer as president and CEO.

Kremer comes from the Rochester Regional Health Information Organization in New York, where he served as executive during since its inception in 2005. He starts at Cal eConnect on April 10. He previously served as a consultant and as head of information systems at Oxford Health Plans.

Kramer will succeed interim CEO Laura Landry, a health information exchange veteran in the state who will remain with Cal eConnect.

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