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SourceMedical Announces Hiring of Clinical Expert for ASC Division
Date:12/10/2013

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Source Medical Solutions, Inc., the nation's leading provider of specialized software and billing services to outpatient surgery centers and specialty hospitals, announced today it has hired Ann Geier to the position of Vice President-Clinical Informatics within its Surgery division. In this role, Ms. Geier will provide product development insight that draws upon her 30-plus years of experience in the ASC industry.

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Over the course of her career, Ms. Geier has been responsible for total financial and clinical operations in nationally based management companies and freestanding surgery centers. A recognized presenter and thought leader, she teaches in the AORN Ambulatory Boot Camp and speaks at national meetings on topics such as Supply Chain Management, Human Resources, Case Costing, QAPI, Credentialing and Peer Review, and Staffing. Ms. Geier's clinical background is the operating room, where she has been a scrub nurse, circulator, educator, and director. She has served on the ASC Quality Collaborations Expert Group since its inception in 2006.

"I've worked with Ann for several years, and because of my respect for her operational and clinical skills, I am confident that she will bring valuable expertise to SourceMedical," says Patrick Doyle, SourceMedical's EVP-Sales and Marketing.

"The addition of Ann Geier to our leadership team is another demonstration of our commitment to delivering the best products and services to the ASC market," says Ralph Riccardi, CEO of SourceMedical. "Her understanding of the challenges faced by administrators and owners, and the input she will provide as we deliver solutions, are fully al
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