maxIT Healthcare Announces the Promotion of Sweeney to President

WESTFIELD, Ind., Jan. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- maxIT Healthcare, a leading professional consulting services company for healthcare providers, announced that Mike Sweeney has been named President.  In his new role, he will manage the day-to-day operations of the company and will report to the CEO and Chairman, Parker Hinshaw.

"maxIT Healthcare has grown rapidly over the past couple of years from 300 employees to more than 600, while maintaining a wonderful culture and continuing to enhance our offerings.  My job is to make sure that success continues," said Mr. Sweeney.

"I started maxIT Healthcare ten years ago with the premise that the organization will thrive if you surround yourself with outstanding people.  I've known Mike for many years and have had the pleasure to work side by side with him for the last three.  He has contributed significantly to our success, and I'm confident he will continue to do so as President," added Parker Hinshaw.

maxIT also announced the promotion of Reese Gomez to Executive Vice President, Solution Management.  In this position, Mr. Gomez will lead maxIT efforts related to solution packaging, methodology and go-to-market planning.  He will retain leadership of the management consulting practice and will become a member of the executive leadership team.

About maxIT Healthcare, LLC

maxIT Healthcare has been completely focused on Healthcare Information Technology since its inception in 2001.  With over 500 consultants, maxIT is the trusted technology advisor and partner to healthcare organizations, providing seasoned professionals and expert guidance to maximize quality, safety, and financial performance.  maxIT's key goals are to contribute to our client's success and to provide a supportive culture for our professional consultants and associates.  maxIT Healthcare is a portfolio company of Riordan, Lewis & Haden | Equity Partners, a leading private equity firm based in Los Angeles, CA.

For more information, visit our website - www.maxithc.com

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