Convergent Announces John Frenzel as Chief Financial Officer for Healthcare Division

Former Chief Financial Officer from Conifer Health Solutions joins Convergent’s healthcare division.

Convergent Announces John Frenzel as Chief Financial Officer for Healthcare Division

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Convergent Revenue Cycle Management, Inc., a leading provider of revenue cycle management and patient access solutions to healthcare providers across the nation, announces John Frenzel as Chief Financial Officer. Frenzel joins Convergent as CFO from Conifer Health Solutions, one of the largest healthcare technology outsourcing firms in the world, and has been in the healthcare technology and revenue cycle outsourcing business since 1988. In his new role, Mr. Frenzel will report to Derek Pickell, President and CEO of Convergent Revenue Cycle Management, Inc. As CFO, Mr. Frenzel will provide executive financial leadership for Convergent’s healthcare operations, including its attorney powered third-party insurance follow-up, self-pay (early out), PatientQuest (patient access solutions), and bad debt recovery business units. The CFO position is a newly created position for Convergent’s healthcare business due to operational expansion and high growth expectations over the next few years.

“It is with great pleasure for me to join a revenue cycle organization and executive team committed to implementing solutions for healthcare providers that meet their unique needs and requirements,” said John Frenzel. “Convergent provides the highest level of quality and patient satisfaction possible due to the experience and passion of our people, proven and efficient processes, a dedication to quality, and a focus on results. I am excited to be working with Derek as his passion for having customers for life will drive us to achieve double digit growth for the years ahead.”

“We are excited to have John join our team,” said Derek Pickell. “I am confident that his vast experience in healthcare and private equity backed companies will serve us well in our vision to be the premier niche revenue cycle management company in the healthcare industry delivering double digit revenue growth.”

Frenzel has an extensive background in healthcare revenue cycle management, IT and BPO outsourcing. He also brings years of experience with board and investor relations, operating metrics management and value creation. Frenzel earned an MBA in Finance at the University of Indiana and a BS in General Business from the Miami University in Ohio. He is a contributor to AICPA Guideline Publications, Financial Executive Institute, and CFO Summit.

For more information, contact Convergent at 888.511.7901 or visit .

With nearly 700 employees, including more than 60 healthcare attorneys, Convergent’s healthcare division has a 20 plus year history of innovation in the healthcare industry. Convergent’s regulatory expertise and consumer-focused patient contact center technology optimize revenue cycle performance and improve healthcare provider relationships with patients.

As the premier niche revenue cycle management company in healthcare, Convergent provides innovative solutions across the revenue cycle spectrum including front-end patient access, early out self-pay collections, attorney-powered third party reimbursement and bad debt recovery (through Convergent Healthcare Recoveries, Inc.).The healthcare division has operation centers in Virginia, Texas, New York, Florida, and Illinois.

Headquartered in Atlanta, CRI is one of America’s largest revenue cycle, receivables and customer care management companies with thirteen operating centers across four time zones. The company provides healthcare revenue cycle management, consumer contact outsourcing services and commercial receivables management to a variety of healthcare providers, utilities, financial institutions and others.

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