Thomas Joins PhyMed As Vice President Of Clinical Outcomes, Quality

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Katherine Thomas Joins Anesthesia Services Leader

Katherine A. Thomas has joined anesthesia services leader PhyMed Healthcare Group, as vice president of clinical outcomes and quality.

“Katherine has both the clinical and business expertise PhyMed needs to drive value for our partners, and we are fortunate to have her join our team,” says Marty Bonick, chief executive officer. “At a time when physician practices are being challenged with adopting new value based care models and reporting requirements from hospitals and regulators, her clinical and quality experience will help us to be proactive in meeting these heightened expectations.”

Thomas joins the organization from naviHealth, where she was senior director of clinical quality management. It was during her tenure that naviHealth was acquired by Cardinal Health, the Fortune 500 health services company. Before joining naviHealth, she was a project manager and patient safety expert for the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital. The Alabama native has also served in various nursing and quality improvement roles for a range of organizations including Proxsys (now part of athenaHealth), Science Applications International, and United Healthcare. She received her nursing degree and her graduate level certification in healthcare quality and safety from UAB. In addition, Thomas is certified in Professional Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) and Project Management.

About PhyMed Healthcare Group
Based in Nashville, PhyMed Healthcare Group is a physician-led and owned leader of anesthesia and pain management services, and is committed to providing focused, proactive and innovative business solutions that foster high-quality, care-centered results. PhyMed Healthcare Group is a trusted partner proudly serving healthcare systems, ambulatory surgery centers and office-based anesthesia in multiple states. PhyMed consists of over 650 clinicians. To learn more, visit

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