Nashville – Clarus announced today the addition of Tom Luther as Regional Vice President of Sales, according to Rich Maradik, CEO of the SaaS patient call management platform, which serves the physician office segment of the healthcare industry.
Luther joins Clarus, a Graham Healthcare Capital (GHCC) portfolio company, with more than 30 years of technology sales experience, with the last 15 years heavily focused in healthcare. He has worked with independent practices, hospital-owned physician organizations, IPAs, MSOs and ACOs to better align their service offerings with health systems and payers while properly preparing them for digital transformation in healthcare. He will be responsible for sales in the central region for Clarus. Founded in 2013, Clarus is based in Nashville and was acquired by GHCC in June 2019.
“Clarus is pleased to welcome Tom as a part of our team,” said Blake Butler, Clarus’s Chief Growth Officer. “His broad experience across the spectrum of healthcare and other industries and his proven record of delivering results will provide added energy and perspective to our efforts to rapidly increase Clarus’ market share in the central region.”
Luther comes to Clarus from TML, a consulting practice he founded to provide general advisory services for various verticals, including healthcare, medical device, high tech and manufacturing. Luther earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting and Management Information Systems from Eastern Michigan University. He has held a Certificate as Practice Management Executive (CMPE) for 12 years.
Luther is the fourth Regional Vice President added to the company this year.
Headquartered in Nashville, Graham Healthcare Capital (GHCC) provides permanent capital solutions to healthcare service and technology companies that have between $5-$75M in annual revenue and up to $10M in profit. GHCC has a differentiated approach that aligns existing leadership with core principles, providing a supportive platform that is focused on long-
term, sustainable growth. It is invested in a range of healthcare companies, including home health, hospice, specialty pharmacy, home infusion, and technology.
More information is available at grahamhealthcarecapital.com.