Ludi, Inc. Founder and CEO Gail Peace Named 2021 Woman of Influence by Nashville Business Journal

NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 20, 2021  The Nashville Business Journal has announced Gail Peace, Ludi, Inc. Founder and CEO, as one of their 2021 Women of Influence award recipients. As a healthcare technology executive, Gail has more than 20 years of business development and sales leadership experience in hospitals and health plans. She is passionate about working with the local community in Nashville and the surrounding area to support various causes, including the American Cancer Society and 100 Women Who Care.

“It is an honor to be recognized by the
Nashville Business Journal for this year’s Women of Influence awards alongside several other strong female leaders. I am extremely grateful to work with an exceptional team at Ludi who are passionate about innovative solutions for the healthcare industry,” said Gail Peace, Founder and CEO of Ludi, Inc.

Ludi’s flagship product DocTime Log® is the brainchild of Gail Peace. Gail developed DocTime Log after working for many years as a health system executive, where she recognized the need to modernize the way hospitals pay their medical teams based on their contracts. Ludi has helped hundreds of hospitals and health systems nationwide save millions of dollars, enhance compliance efforts and build physician satisfaction and engagement. The company recently announced plans to expand their DocTime Suite to include DocTime Locum™, a solution to manage locum tenens contracts, and DocTime Productivity™, which assists healthcare providers in managing the complexities of employed-physician compensation.

This is the fifteenth year in a row that the
Nashville Business Journal has recognized 30 female leaders that have a positive impact on their community, making a difference in Nashville.


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