ACS adds new Regional Manager to East Region
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Ancillary Care Solutions (ACS), the nationwide leader in helping healthcare organizations establish and manage physical and occupational therapy programs, announces that Bret Stacy has joined its team as Eastern Regional Operations Manager.
Bret began his career as a B-52 navigator in the Air Force before becoming a physical therapist. He now has over 17 years of practice experience focusing on sports therapy and outpatient orthopedics. He operated his own private practices in both Hawaii and Maryland. He also served as a regional director for a nationwide physical therapy management company, where he was responsible for planning, marketing, recruiting, new program development and team building for nine outpatient orthopedic offices in the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Bret is also credentialed through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and USA Track and Field. He has special interests in sports physical therapy and athletic performance, and has worked with the training staffs and athletes at the University of Southern California and Duke University. He earned a masters degree in physical therapy from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, Calif.
About Ancillary Care Solutions
Ancillary Care Solutions (ACS) is the nationwide leader in helping healthcare organizations, hospitals and physician groups develop and optimize the performance of physical and occupational therapy programs. In addition to providing financial, operational and compliance solutions that generate a substantial ROI, ACS offers real-time physical and occupational therapy benchmarking, productivity tracking and reporting through its Web-based TherapyWorks solution. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, ACS currently works with healthcare organizations in more than 25 states. For additional information, visit www.ancillarycaresolutions.com.
Ancillary Care Solutions
Hilary Hellman, 480-945-6777
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INDUSTRY KEYWORDS: Practice Management Health Hospitals Physical Therapy