Meyers, Reizer Join HMS

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Healthcare Management Systems, Inc.® (HMS), a Nashville-based health information technology company, announced two new members of the company’s management team. F. Bradley Meyers has joined HMS as a Director of Integration and Interoperability and Neal Reizer joined as Chief Architect.

Meyers joins HMS with over 10 years of experience in information technology, focusing on strategic planning, systems development and deployment, and policy and standards development. He was formerly a State Enterprise Architect and Director of Enterprise Architecture, Quality Assurance and Testing for the state of Tennessee, Office for Information Resources. Meyers earned a master’s degree in business administration from Belmont University and also holds a bachelor’s degree in Management Science and Information Systems from Pennsylvania State University.

Reizer joins HMS with 20 years of experience in computer engineering, focusing on product feature and technology roadmap development, budgeting and personnel planning. He was formerly the Vice President, Solution Architecture at Allscripts Healthcare. Reizer earned a master’s degree in Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and also holds a bachelors degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Arizona.

About HMS

Healthcare Management Systems, Inc. (HMS) is a Nashville-based healthcare company that develops, sells and supports integrated clinical and financial hospital information systems and services designed to increase efficiency while improving patient safety. Founded in 1984, HMS currently serves 650 community hospitals and multi-entity healthcare organizations nationwide. For more information, please visit www.hmstn.com, or call 800.383.3317.

 

 

 

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Healthcare Management Systems, Inc.
Eve Hutcherson, 615-732-7024
Director of Communications
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KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Tennessee

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Software  Health  Hospitals

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