ATLANTA -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- MedAssets, Inc. (NASDAQ: MDAS) today announced that Amy Dellamora Amick has joined the company as president of its revenue cycle management (RCM) segment, effective today. In this capacity, she will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the RCM segment, including client service, product development and management, and sales.
“Amy is a highly experienced health IT executive, and brings a proven track record of operations management to our company,” said Mike Nolte, chief operating officer, MedAssets. “She has a passion for client service, a deep understanding of process and operational alignment, and is skilled at managing complex software and technology-enabled services in competitive market environments. On behalf of our management team, I look forward to Amy’s leadership as we deliver on our client commitments and strategic goals.”
Amy was most recently chief operating officer for M*Modal, a $450 million healthcare technology organization. From 2009 to 2012, she was a general manager, worldwide services with Microsoft, where she was responsible for customer-facing functions across Microsoft’s Health Solutions Group. Prior to that, Amy was senior vice president, services, with Allscripts-Misys, overseeing implementation services, clinical and revenue cycle consulting practice, and warehouse operations. From 2001 to 2008, she worked with Cerner in a number of leadership roles, including responsibility for professional services and support across a 13-state territory. Amy received a master of business administration degree from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, and a bachelor of science degree in political science and leadership studies from the University of Richmond.
As part of this planned transition, Greg Strobel will work closely with Amy to transfer his knowledge, support a number of large client relationships, and help to drive completion of our long-term strategic planning process this year.
“Greg has done a tremendous job of strengthening our RCM client relationships and improving our business operations as our RCM segment president, which led to the financial rebound of both our RCM technology and services businesses in 2012,” stated John Bardis, chairman, president and chief executive officer, MedAssets. “We thank Greg for his exceptional leadership and for his efforts during this transition period.”
MedAssets helps healthcare organizations to improve financial strength through innovative revenue cycle, spend and clinical resource management solutions that enable improved margins, cash flow, quality of care and patient satisfaction. More than 4,200 hospitals and 122,000 non-acute healthcare providers currently use the company’s Web-based technologies and evidence-based solutions to help capture revenue, control cost, increase regulatory compliance and optimize operational efficiency to improve the care delivery process. As a result, the company manages annually $50 billion in healthcare supply spend and touches over $365 billion in gross patient revenues. For more information, please visit www.medassets.com.