PerfectServe Welcomes Kristi Syling as New Compliance Officer

Industry veteran with 18 years of government and private healthcare experience joins comprehensive, secure clinical communications company

PerfectServe Welcomes Kristi Syling as New Compliance Officer

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Leading comprehensive clinical communications platform today announced that industry leader, Kristi Syling, joined the company as its new Compliance Officer. With nearly two decades of experience in enhancing operations and increasing revenues through improved compliance management at various companies, Syling will provide strategic leadership to further strengthen PerfectServe’s compliance programs.

“PerfectServe has established a strong position in the market as an authority and expert on clinical communications regulations and compliance,” said Terry Edwards, PerfectServe president and CEO. “We not only believe in meeting compliance requirements for our clients, but also have a strong goal to educate the market about new regulations and industry requirements. By bringing in a dynamic market leader like Kristi, who has years of experience in Medicare, Medicaid, State and Federal regulations, we hope to further improve our offerings and client services, and continue to strengthen our expertise in this market.”

Syling comes to PerfectServe after an illustrious career that includes working in both private and public-sector companies. Prior to joining PerfectServe, Syling served as the privacy compliance officer and project manager at , where she established processes for documentation and review for the (OCR) Investigations and the (OIG). She also provided guidance on HITECH, and FDA regulations and requirement. Syling has been the director of compliance and technology (assistant commissioner) at the State of Tennessee, where she reviewed all HIPAA/Security audits, ensuring compliance with program requirements. She has also previously served in various compliance management positions at Community Health Systems and the Woodland Medical Center.

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PerfectServe enables health systems to improve collaboration, reduce risk and increase patient and clinician satisfaction as they move toward new models of care by helping them overcome common, recurring and costly barriers to clinician-to-clinician communication. With deep technical and clinical expertise, PerfectServe evolves health care communications, providing the process improvements to ensure the right information safely and securely reaches the right clinician at the right time in the way they should be reached – both within and outside the walls of the hospital. For more than 12 years, PerfectServe has been connecting clinicians to empower them to improve key quality and efficiency metrics and better coordinate care across the expanding health care continuum.

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