9 RCM companies making exec moves

Here are nine revenue cycle management companies that have announced executive leadership changes in 2023: 

1. Waystar named Missy Miller chief marketing officer, according to a March 2 news release from the company. Ms. Miller most recently served as Waystar's senior vice president of marketing. 

2. RSi named Derek Shaw its new COO and Dustin Spencer its new chief sales officer. Mr. Shaw most recently served as president of RSi's recently acquired Invicta division. Mr. Spencer most recently served as RSi's vice president of sales.

3. Telcor named Sarah Stewart vice president of revenue cycle services, according to a Feb. 8 news release from the company. Ms. Stewart joined Telcor in 2015 and most recently served as director of revenue cycle services.

4. Fi-Med named Natasha Barajas revenue cycle director, according to a Feb. 7 news release from the company. She will lead the RCM Plus billing and revenue cycle management program. 

5. Conifer Health Solutions CEO Roger Davis is retiring at the end of the first quarter of 2023. A search is underway for his replacement, according to Conifer's parent company, Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare. 

Bryan Forry was promoted to CFO of Conifer Health Solutions. He previously served as Tenet's hospital operations controller and CFO of Tenet's Arizona operations.  

Deepali Narula was promoted to COO. She previously served as Conifer's senior vice president of hospital revenue cycle management operations. 

6. Ventra Health named Steven Huddleston CEO Jan. 10, following the retirement of Mike O'Boyle. Mr. Huddleston most recently served as president and CEO of Pelitas. 

7. Savista named Karen Moore senior director of revenue cycle solutions Jan. 5. Prior to joining Savista, Ms. Moore served as vice president/interim director of revenue cycle at AnCor Healthcare Consulting. 

8. R1 RCM named Jennifer Williams CFO and Kyle Hicok chief commercial officer Jan. 5. They succeed Rachel Wilson and Gary Long, respectively, who will step down from their roles and remain with the company in advisory roles.  

The move comes after Lee Rivas and John Sparby stepped into the roles of CEO and president, respectively, Jan. 1, after Joe Flanagan stepped down from the CEO role. Mr. Flanagan continues to serve on the company's board and as an executive adviser to the CEO.

9. Wakefield added Mark Schanck as chief revenue officer, according to a Jan. 3 news release from the company. Mr. Schanck's previous roles include president and CEO of Convergent Healthcare and president of Medi-Centrix.

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