San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
Avadyne Health, a leading provider of revenue cycle services and technology, welcomes Brent McCarty, President and Chief Executive Officer at Sentient, to its Board of Directors.
“Brent McCarty’s vast experience in healthcare and technology-enabled services will make him an invaluable addition to our Board,” said Moises Eilemberg, Avadyne’s CEO. “I believe we’ve assembled a diverse and insightful group of industry leaders to help Avadyne drive our vision forward and to reach our strategic goals.”
Brent McCarty has more than 20 years as a senior executive in the healthcare industry, specifically in multi-site healthcare companies. Prior to joining Sentient, Mr. McCarty was Chairman and CEO of Eagle Hospital Physicians. Previously he was President and CEO of Solis Women's Health, a company focused on the screening and diagnosis of breast cancer. He has also served as the President and Chief Operating Officer of Accuro Healthcare Solutions, Inc., a technology-enabled revenue cycle company and served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of SemperCare, Inc.
Mr. McCarty has served as Chief Operating Officer for national companies in the ambulatory surgical center market as well as the physician practice management market. He began his career in healthcare with Epic Healthcare Group, an owner/operator of acute care hospitals and other ancillary services. Mr. McCarty received a BBA from Texas Tech University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
About Avadyne Health
Avadyne Health is a revenue cycle workflow technology and outsourced services firm serving more than 200 hospitals in 30 states. Avadyne services include self-pay follow-up, A/R and denial follow-up, and collection of post write-off accounts. Avadyne technology offerings include denials, A/R, and patient access workflow, along with complete dashboards and reports. Avadyne leads the industry in self-pay innovation with its Total Patient Experience approach, and in technology with its Next-in-Queue workflow. Client teams use Avadyne’s workpooling technology to maximize patient access and business office outcomes. The Avadyne team works on the same technology, so the firm can continuously adapt to meet client goals and challenges, and workloads, either in a fully outsourced capacity or as a “SafetyNet” for clients. For more information, visit http://www.avadynehealth.com