Intelerad expands leadership team with town resident

Paul JohnsonJohnson

Intelerad Medical Systems, a global leader in medical image management, has announced the appointment of two new executives to its leadership team. A.J. Watson has been named chief product officer, and Paul Johnson, of Arlington, joins as Intelerad’s new chief delivery officer. 

The hires advance the company’s ongoing commitment to provide exceptional client satisfaction, as Intelerad expands its offerings for the enterprise imaging market. They will focus on integrating products from recently acquired brands, including Clario, Ambra Health, Digisonics, HeartIT and LUMEDX. 

“As Intelerad continues to grow and scale, we’re excited to welcome these talented executives to the team, joining us as we further shape the growth and innovation for our company, our clients and the health-care industry at large,” said Mike Lipps, CEO, Intelerad.

With more than 15 years of professional experience leading client services, Johnson specializes in scaling teams while improving customer satisfaction, services profitability and employee engagement. Johnson joins Intelerad following roles as senior vice president of client services at Amwell and HealthEdge.

A veteran in operational growth and value creation for software companies ranging from early-stage startups to Fortune 50 enterprises, Watson has deep consultative experience, as well as a proven record for driving effective product strategy and management. He served as the general manager and chief growth officer at Thinktiv, where he led the company’s transaction advisory practice and helped investors purchase more than 80 companies representing more than $20 billion in enterprise value.

“Intelerad’s goal to leverage our growing portfolio of market-leading solutions to deliver the future of cloud-based enterprise imaging is enhanced by bringing in strong leadership,” said Lipps. “Hiring AJ and Paul is another step in our dedicated approach to deliver best-in-class value to healthcare providers worldwide, with the support our clients deserve. We look forward to ramping up our efforts as a team, and delivering on our mission to make a difference in global health care.”

About Intelerad

Intelerad describes itself as a leading provider of medical-imaging software and services for the health-care industry. Headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., and Montreal, Intelerad has more than 850 employees in offices across six countries. Nearly 2,000 health-care organizations around the world rely on Intelerad products to manage patient data, helping them reduce time and workload while improving patient outcomes.

Intelerad’s enterprise imaging has been recognized globally by KLAS, with Intelerad’s Ambra Health ranked No. 1 for Image Exchange in the 2022 Best in KLAS: Software and Professional Services report. To learn more, visit

This news announcement was published Saturday, May 7, 2022.


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