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KePRO Appoints Two New IT Vice Presidents
Date:4/24/2008

The two promotions strengthen KePRO's corporate infrastructure and provide

tactical and strategic market advantages

HARRISBURG, Pa., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- The Keystone Peer Review Organization, Inc. (KePRO), a rapidly growing, national medical management firm has promoted two key Information Technology Services (ITS) management staff to senior positions. Meghan Harris, MS, is KePRO's new Vice President, Informatics and Reporting. Joe Swartz was named KePRO's Vice President, IT Service Management.

Both Ms. Harris and Mr. Swartz will report to Chris Bouvier, KePRO's Chief Information Officer, who said, "Meghan and Joe have been with KePRO for many years, and have provided tremendous support and knowledge for both tactical and strategic objectives, product and service delivery and support, and new business development. Their personal high-performance standards, commitment to excellence, loyalty, and integrity exemplify the management and leadership attributes essential to KePRO's continued growth and success."

Ms. Harris will provide strategic leadership for further development of KePRO's health informatics and reporting service lines, creating and delivering a full continuum of quality services to both internal and external customers. She will continue to perform her duties from KePRO's Cleveland office.

She has been with KePRO since 1999, in positions of increasing authority. Ms. Harris was promoted from Corporate Director, Analytical Resources & Development, where she oversaw the expansion of the organization's core reporting capabilities. Specifically, she created a standardized and comprehensive library of static and interactive reports to meet KePRO's various business needs using enterprise tools and analytical capabilities.

Ms. Harris received her B.S. degree in Mathematics from Malone College in Canton, Ohio; and her M.S. in Statistics from the University of Akron. She received Project Management Cer
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