DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Net.Orange has announced the appointments of Rob Beardall, MD, MPH, as executive vice president and chief medical officer; Troy D. Roth as senior vice president of solutions strategy; and Scott Leach, CPA, as controller to its management team to facilitate corporate growth and enhance subject matter expertise.
“With the pressures and changes in healthcare resulting from reform, it is critical that we have the thought leadership to keep our products and services at the forefront,” said Vasu Rangadass, chief executive officer, Net.Orange. “Each of these individuals has expertise not only within the healthcare technology industry, but also with leadership in healthcare organizations to formulate successful business strategies.”
Dr. Rob Beardall has served on the Advisory Board of Net.Orange since 2008 and has provided key clinical input in product strategy and direction. Expanding his responsibilities as chief medical officer for Net.Orange, Beardall will continue to lead the clinical initiatives in population health and care management solution development efforts. He brings a unique perspective of the challenges faced by healthcare organizations through his clinical, informatics and improvement experiences in several major integrated health systems, including Exempla Healthcare’s unique “virtual integration” with Kaiser Colorado, Fletcher Allen Healthcare, the University of Vermont, the United States military and the United Kingdom.
Troy Roth will lead product strategies to meet the needs of customers facing new challenges in healthcare management including population health, revenue optimization and enterprise health records. In his 20-year career, he has substantial experience in both healthcare technology and provider financial management with notable names such as MedAssets, Triad Hospitals, HCA and Accretive Health. As a result, he has a unique understanding of both clinical and financial requirements critical to the industry.
Scott Leach leads the management of all financial operations for Net.Orange as controller. As a former chief financial officer with AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group and controller of QVL Pharmacy Holdings, his highly developed abilities in improving both financial and operational performance within healthcare partner organizations bring significant internal growth opportunities to Net.Orange.
Net.Orange unlocks siloed information in the healthcare industry by aggregating data across hospitals, practices, payers, and ambulatory services to provide actionable, uniform knowledge. This platform delivers financial, clinical and operational data in real time to help drive decisions that reduce risk, lower costs and improve quality care. http://www.ndorange.com/.
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