Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 06, 2011
CareCloud, the company modernizing healthcare management with powerful cloud-based software and services, today announced that Daniel Quezada is advancing from his current role as the company’s Controller to the position of Vice President of Finance.
“In just six months, Dan has made a huge impact on our finance group as a whole,” said Albert Santalo, President and CEO of CareCloud. “Dan has worked very hard to make finance ‘user-friendly’ by helping implement cutting-edge technology to increase efficiency and establish ever-improving processes. As Corporate Controller, Dan was an instrumental part of CareCloud’s growth; this new position will open even more opportunities for him to apply his financial expertise.”
In his new position as VP of Finance, Dan is responsible for overseeing corporate finance and accounting functions, including treasury, planning, analysis and financial reporting. He joined CareCloud in November 2010 as Corporate Controller and implemented new technologies, establishing more efficient practices to streamline finance processes and internal controls. Quezada formerly held key finance roles at Burger King Corporation, including Senior Manager of Global Shared Services and Controller for the Latin America/Caribbean Region.
“CareCloud is really changing the way doctors and hospitals run their practices – from office management to billing to patient information and beyond, and it’s really exciting to be part of a team that’s truly modernizing healthcare. I am thrilled to be able to expand my role at CareCloud and to continue the work that I love to do,” said Quezada.
CareCloud provides medical practices with a powerful, secure cloud-based platform for practice management, electronic medical records and patient portals, automating everything a successful, modern medical practice needs, like appointment scheduling, billing, and payment processing.
CareCloud’s mission is to revolutionize the healthcare experience through on-demand software and services. Leading the charge to bring cloud computing to the healthcare industry, CareCloud delivers an integrated suite for medical practice management, revenue cycle management, and electronic health records to maximize physician practice performance. CareCloud currently services over 600 physicians and other healthcare providers throughout the United States and was recently named winner of IBM’s SmartCamp Silicon Valley for its innovative new technology. For more information, visit CareCloud online at http://www.carecloud.com, or check blog.carecloud.com for the latest updates, news, and opinions.