Kim Bahrami Joins Acentia as Business Development VP; Todd Stottlemyer Comments

Acentia logoKim Bahrami, a 25-year health information technology industry veteran, has been appointed as vice president of business development at Acentia.

She will be responsible for overseeing Acentia’s business growth strategy for healthcare markets within the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs in her new position, the company said Tuesday.

Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of Acentia, said Bahrami brings a large amount of leadership experience to her new role as the company aims to expand its presence in the federal health IT sector.

Bahrami previously held management roles at Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC), Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI), Apptis, Evolvent and BearingPoint/KPMG.

She also served as chief information officer for the state of Florida, where she helped implement the state’s online portal and enterprise security infrastructure and led network modernization and data center consolidation efforts.

Bahrami earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from the University of Georgia.

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