MedMatica Consulting Associates Appoints Jerry Howell as Chief Executive Officer

MedMatica Consulting Associates Appoints Jerry Howell as Chief Executive Officer

MedMatica Consulting AssociatesMichael Restuccia, 610-827-1356

MedMatica Consulting Associates, a leading healthcare information technology consulting firm, today announced that it has appointed Jerry Howell as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the organization’s Board of Directors effective April 22, 2013. Mr. Howell brings over 30 years of healthcare information technology implementation and planning consulting experience to MedMatica gained while with premier organizations including two Big-4 consulting firms, CSC and First Consulting Group.

“I am excited to be part of MedMatica Consulting Associates continuing growth and success” said Mr. Howell. “Many healthcare organizations are challenged with the implementation and optimization of enabling technologies to support their clinical and business needs. I will focus on enhancing MedMatica’s mission to provide our services in a high quality and economical manner and to assist our clients in meeting these critical challenges” stated Mr. Howell.

Michael Restuccia, founder of MedMatica Consulting Associates, said, “I have known Jerry for a long time and have always been impressed by his strong work ethic, straight forward approach, honesty and focus on what is right for his clients. He has always had the respect of his colleagues and clients. These are qualities that MedMatica has been built upon and I know Jerry will be an integral part in further advancing MedMatica’s success.”

MedMatica Consulting Associates was founded in 2001 to assist healthcare organizations leverage information technology to support their business operations. With consistently high KLAS rankings, MedMatica Consulting Associates directs the majority of its services in the implementation and project management of vendor based Electronic Medical Record and Revenue Cycle vendor solutions including Epic, Allscripts, Cerner, McKesson-HBOC, Siemens and Meditech.

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