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Date:2/25/2009

years. He received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, a master's degree in accounting from the New York University Graduate School of Business and a bachelor's in political economy from Williams College. He is also a certified public accountant.

"Rick is one of the nation's foremost experts in health-care quality, with 20 years of creating innovative products and services to help health-care providers improve their operations, leading to better clinical outcomes and financial results," Hall said. "There is no one better suited to carry on the Press Ganey tradition."

"I am thrilled at the prospect of leading Press Ganey, a premier health-care solutions company," Siegrist said. "I look forward to working with all of our clients to drive quality improvement and bottom-line results. And I am proud to lead the hundreds of talented people in our company as we position Press Ganey for strong future growth."

Hall, 55, began his career with Press Ganey in 1993 as head of research and development. Prior to being named CEO in October 2000, he spent five years as the company's chief operating officer. He is a frequent speaker at national conferences, including the World Health Care Congress and the Harvard School of Public Health and Public Policy. He is also a widely published writer on health-care issues and is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Modern Healthcare and other national publications.

Under Hall's leadership, Press Ganey has experienced significant growth in human capital, client base, revenue and profitability. Press Ganey has grown from 40 employees when he started in 1993 to more than 640 today. It partners with more than 7,000 health-care facilities -- including more than 45% of U.S. hospitals -- to measure and improve their quality of their care and financial performance. The company offers the industry's largest compar
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