Medical Coding Technology Leader Aviacode Appoints Lane Monson New COO

-Senior Executive Brings Global Fortune 100 Experience to Fast-Growing Medical Coding Technology Firm-

SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Aviacode, innovative leader of technology-enabled medical coding services, today announced the appointment of Lane Monson as Chief Operating Officer (COO). Monson brings 20-plus years of domestic and international experience in the business technology sector that will be essential to Aviacode as it continues its rapid expansion in the evolution of technology-enabled coding services for hospital and physician customers.

Most recently, Monson served as Global SVP at Infor Global Solutions, where he helped double revenues for each of the past three years within one of that company’s fastest growing global organizations. Prior to that, he served as a Group Vice President for Oracle, with responsibility over Oracle Direct Applications Sales.

Monson brings an outstanding track record of building, managing, and motivating highly successful, cohesive teams. His experience includes field sales, inside sales, marketing, training, channels, operations, and Merger & Acquisition for IBM, Oracle, and Infor Global Solutions.

“We are extremely excited to welcome Lane Monson to Aviacode’s executive team,” said David Jensen, Aviacode CEO. “Lane’s leadership skills will be essential to Aviacode’s continued growth, particularly with our ICD-10 technology on the horizon as we continue to improve the coding technology resources we provide for our customers.”

“I welcome the chance to join Aviacode at this critical juncture,” Monson said. “I look forward to helping Aviacode capitalize upon and leverage the tremendous foundation they have established with their industry-leading technology over the past 7 years. The next phase will be a very dynamic time for our industry and for Aviacode as a rapidly growing company.”

About Aviacode

Aviacode is the industry leader in technology-enabled medical coding services. Aviacode’s proprietary technology and workflow improves the accuracy and efficiency of medical coding, which is the process of translating clinical documentation into diagnosis and procedure codes, which is at the heart of healthcare revenue cycle. These improvements impact hospitals and physician groups profoundly through improved efficiency, increased revenue, and strengthened cash flow. For more information, visit http://www.aviacode.com or call 877-688-CODE.



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