GLHC Welcomes Craig Meyer as Director of Technology Services and Support

Great Lakes Health Connect (GLHC) is pleased to welcome Craig Meyer to Great Lakes Health Connect as Director of Technology Services and Support. In this newly created role, Meyer will strategically advance the solutions and support services provided by GLHC.

Julie Klausing, GLHC Senior Director of Program & Technical Operations, said, “Craig has extensive leadership experience and expertise in healthcare technology, and he comes to GLHC with a deep understanding of technical infrastructure. We are excited to have him join our dynamic team.”

Meyer brings more than 15 years of information technology (IT) experience to the Grand Rapids-based health information exchange. During his time with Priority Health and Spectrum Health, Meyer served in key leadership roles within infrastructure, customer support and the EMR space. He is an active leader who utilizes technology to enhance collaboration, advance workflows and improve the end-user experience.

“As GLHC continues to expand and grow, Craig’s ability to lead and manage our strategic technology platform will significantly enhance our ability to create care-connected communities across Michigan which will ultimately lead to the improved health of residents statewide,” commented GLHC Executive Director, Doug Dietzman.


About Great Lakes Health Connect
Great Lakes Health Connect (GLHC) is among the leading providers of health information exchange services in the nation. Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, GLHC is the largest provider of health information exchange in Michigan connecting 128 hospitals and more than 4,000 primary, specialty and allied care practices statewide. Great Lakes Health Connect securely and seamlessly facilitates the transmission of more than 1 billion message transmissions each year for more than two-thirds of Michigan’s residents. The community-based nonprofit is dedicated to improving the quality and accessibility of healthcare information for more than 6.5 million patients. For more information, visit GLHC online at

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