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Bluemetal Architects appoints David Le Penske as Vice President of Health & Life Sciences
Date:1/30/2013

WATERTOWN, Mass., Jan. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- BlueMetal Architects, a leading design and technology services firm, today announced that it has appointed former Microsoft Health Solutions Group Director and Health IT entrepreneur, David Le Penske , to be Vice President of Health & Life Sciences.  Mr. Le Penske will be based in BlueMetal's Boston office and will be responsible for leading the Health and Life Sciences growth strategy for the company across BlueMetal's Boston, New York and Chicago locations.

Mr. Le Penske has a long track record of entrepreneurial and corporate leadership experience across sales, marketing, and development of strategic partnership alliances, including the last 10 years specifically in the Health IT industry. Most recently, he served as Vice President of Business Development and Sales for Get Real Health, a leading Maryland-based consumer health software company.  Prior to that, Mr. Le Penske served as Director, Microsoft Health Solutions Group where he was responsible for leading Microsoft's enterprise Amalga and consumer HealthVault sales and business development initiatives across Canada's government, business and consumer markets – including the MyHealth Alberta citizen portal project. Mr. Le Penske also managed the strategic partner relationship with TELUS concerning TELUS health space, powered by Microsoft HealthVault.

In 2003, Mr. Le Penske founded AccelMD, a leading supplier of healthcare information and navigation services and wellness solutions, to improve health and enhance the quality of life for individuals, g
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