Gregory A. Miller is the president and CEO of OLAH Healthcare Technology. Greg has held executive positions and led numerous private and public software and technology companies from startup to market leadership positions in the ERP, CRM, construction, retail and healthcare industries. He joined OLAH in September 2017 as president and COO, with oversight responsibilities for product development, professional services, support, sales, marketing, finance and information technology.

Brian Olah founded OLAH Healthcare Technology in March 2003 and has overseen advancement of the company to its market leadership as the #1 legacy archiving solution for hospital labor and delivery clinical IT systems. Brian has extensive experience in the healthcare decommissioning industry and is responsible for business development, product management and customer relationship management.

Mike Eldredge is vice president of Technology for OLAH Healthcare Technology. Having worked in the technology field for more than 18 years, Mike joined OLAH in May 2018 and brings extensive knowledge and experience to his role and responsibilities for the infrastructure, application development and compliance teams. In his career, he has led numerous technology projects and teams with great success. His expertise in commercial application software and cloud technologies, combined with his strong management background, benefits OLAH’s clients and team members as well.

Amy Johnson is vice president of Marketing for OLAH Healthcare Technology. With nearly 20 years of healthcare marketing and brand management experience, Amy joined OLAH in January 2019 and leads the company’s strategic marketing efforts. Her impressive career includes oversight of the marketing function for a large healthcare system in the Southeast, experience that will serve to bolster OLAH’s brand and support its growth in service to healthcare systems across the country.

Amanda Merritt is the director of Decommissioning Services for OLAH Healthcare Technology. She joined OLAH in December of 2011 with responsibility for operational management of OLAH’s Decommissioning Factory and managing OLAH’s services teams. Amanda has over 10 years of experience in healthcare IT, having worked with numerous hospitals and large integrated healthcare systems.