Arcadia Solutions Announces Charles Garrity as Regional Vice President

<0> Arcadia Solutions Announces Charles Garrity as Regional Vice President </0>

<0> Arcadia SolutionsMichael Gleeson, 718-202-3600Senior Vice PresidentorPAN CommunicationsNikki Festa, 617-502-4300 </0>

, LLC (“Arcadia”), a leading provider of data-driven health information technology solutions, announced today the appointment of Charles (“Chuck”) Garrity as Regional Vice President, effective June 3, 2013. Mr. Garrity joins Arcadia from Beacon Partners where he previously served in an executive role as Principal.

Mr. Garrity has focused on providing strategic leadership, consulting service delivery, and business development in the healthcare industry for twenty years. His clients have included large academic provider organizations (acute and ambulatory), payer, and governmental agencies. He was recently awarded “Principal of the Year” for Beacon Partners in 2012.

Mr. Garrity also previously served in IT leadership roles at Drexel University College of Medicine and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

“Chuck brings a track record for exceeding client expectations that will be instrumental in Arcadia’s plans to grow as a national leader,” said Sean Carroll, Chief Executive Officer of Arcadia Solutions.

“I am excited to be joining Arcadia at such critical time in the company’s growth,” states Mr. Garrity. “Arcadia is in a terrific position to serve intense industry demand by employing smart data-driven methodologies and tools to realize vast improvements in clinical quality and outcomes. This will result in improved quality of care and significant cost savings to our clients.”

Mr. Garrity’s regional focus area for the company will be the eastern US.

Arcadia Solutions is a leading provider of data-driven health information technology solutions that engages with both payers and providers to design, implement, and manage clinical information technology infrastructure and applications in their ambulatory settings. Arcadia has assisted its customers with a variety of important HIT objectives, such as achieving meaningful use attestation, developing accountable care organization quality measures, integrating ambulatory and acute Electronic Health Records to provide system-wide data and reporting tools and using that data to lower the total cost of care. For more information, visit .

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