5 RCM companies making executive moves

Five revenue cycle management companies — including R1 RCM and Wakefield & Associates — have announced executive leadership changes since Nov. 8. 

Wakefield & Associates: Mark Schanck has joined the RCM company as its chief revenue officer. Mr. Schanck's previous roles include president and CEO of Convergent Healthcare and president of Medi-Centrix.

Alvarez & Marsal: The New York City-based consulting firm hired Lorin Martin and Harold McDonald to strengthen its revenue cycle management capabilities. Mr. Martin was named managing director of the firm's Healthcare Industry Group and Mr. McDonald was named senior director of that group. 

Advantum Health: Tammy Taylor has been named CEO. She joined the company in 2017 and has served as vice president of revenue cycle, senior vice president of operations, chief growth officer and president. 

Chris Taft has been named Advantum's CFO. He joined the company in 2016. He started in the role of director of business management and development. He later became senior business analyst, vice president of finance and acquisitions, and most recently senior vice president of finance. 

R1 RCM: Lee Rivas took the reins of CEO Jan. 1 when Joe Flanagan stepped down from the role. Mr. Rivas previously served as the company's president. He joined the company in June following its acquisition of revenue recovery provider and consultant Cloudmed.

R1 RCM Chief Operating Officer John Sparby stepped into the role of president. He has been with the company since 2004. 

Versalus Health: Jay Ahlmer has been named president. Mr. Ahlmer previously served as Versalus' senior vice president for strategic accounts. 

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