15 RCM hires in March

The following organizations hired people with revenue cycle management expertise, or for an RCM-related role, in March.

1. Intermedix, a provider of RCM services, named Kyle Wailes CFO.

2. Chicago-based Navigant Consulting tapped Christopher Stanley, MD, as a director in its healthcare practice.

3. Rogers Behavioral Health, a private, nonprofit provider based in Oconomowoc, Wis., promoted Adam El-Ali to vice president of EHR and revenue cycle optimization.

4. RSource, an RCM company based in Boca Raton, Fla., named Matt Vines and Lorrie Wood co-presidents.

5. Certive, a provider of healthcare RCM solutions, appointed Robert Kang as director of finance and regulatory compliance.

6. Certive appointed Moe Vela as senior corporate advisor.

7. Accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly named Michael Duke principal in its healthcare consulting practice.

8. Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center appointed Mark Glazer, MD, executive medical director of the Center for Health Information Management at VUMC.

9. CareCloud, a provider of cloud-based RCM, practice management, EHR and patient engagement solutions, named Greg Shorten chief revenue officer.

10. Navicure, a claims clearinghouse and RCM vendor, named Kermit Randa chief growth officer.

11. St. Francis Hospital in Columbus, Ga., promoted Gwen Johnson to senior administrative director of revenue cycle.

12. Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente named Le Anne Trachok senior vice president of revenue management.

13. Newburg, N.Y.-based Collection Bureau Hudson Valley hired revenue cycle turnaround professional Jim Yarsinsky as senior account executive.

14. Chicago-based Navigant Consulting selected James Mapes to lead the firm's Cymetrix business, which provides business process and RCM solutions.

15. Mobile, Ala.-based AccuReg, a revenue cycle technology provider, named Jase DuRard chief revenue officer.

 

 

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