About Jessica Chludzinski

Jessica Chludzinski

As the product marketing manager for API Healthcare’s workforce solutions Jessica is responsible for the development and execution of product marketing and launch plans, including strategy, positioning and messaging. Jessica collaborates with product management, sales, clinical leaders, and key clients to craft relevant and engaging solution stories for API Healthcare’s offerings. Additionally, Jessica works cross-functionally within the Marketing department to support awareness, brand image, demand generation and sales for workforce solutions.

She has over 8 years’ experience in healthcare information technology. Prior to joining API Healthcare in March 2014, Jessica worked for Defran Systems and Netsmart Technologies, where she oversaw the marketing and demand generation for their EHR solutions.

Jessica holds a B.S. in International Business from San Diego State University. You can find her on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-chludzinski-1b10b25.

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