(PRWEB) September 10, 2013
HealthTech announced today that Kevin Freeman has joined the company as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In this role, Freeman will lead all Sales and Marketing functions.
Freeman brings with him a successful track record in building sales and marketing organizations to drive company growth initiatives. He recently served as Executive Vice President of Business Development and Marketing for Net.Orange, Inc., where he was a member of the Executive Leadership team. Freeman has also served in Senior Leadership roles at MedAssets, Accuro Healthcare Solutions and Innovative Managed Care Systems (IMaCS).
“We are extremely excited to have Kevin join the HealthTech team to spearhead our sales and marketing efforts. Our recent acquisition of Gaffey & Associates has given our company complete product breadth in the revenue cycle. Having been a customer of Kevin’s before I know that he has the product knowledge and industry understanding to drive our continued growth. ” – Derek Morkel, Chief Executive Officer
Over 200 health care systems, hospitals and physician practices use HealthTech Solutions Group's and Gaffey’s cloud-based applications and services.
About HealthTech Solutions Group® (HTSG™):
HealthTech provides next-generation cloud-based revenue cycle technology applications and services to help health care organizations accelerate their cash flow, improve their productivity and increase their profitability. Based on 40 years of hospital operations experience, our solution services are designed to achieve optimal efficiency within the health care revenue cycle. With years of research and testing, we have developed a suite of cloud-based applications focused on helping organizations collect more cash, more efficiently.
For over 25 years, GAFFEY has been helping hospitals improve their revenue cycle through a bundled software solution called Revenue as a Service or “RaaS” – a coupling of eligibility, billing and contract calculation solutions with complementary support services that are presented as a software-as-a-service fee-based model.