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Cantata Health Names Dr. Timothy J. Giardino Vice President of Human Resources
Date:3/11/2019

Cantata Health, a leading provider of electronic health records (EHRs) as well as financial and revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions that improve the health of organizations and the communities they serve, today announced Dr. Timothy J. Giardino, BS, MBA, DBA has been appointed vice president of human resources.

In this position, Dr. Giardino is focused on developing strategies and tactics to build a dynamic, purpose-driven culture designed to attract and retain the most motivated and talented team members by allowing them to build on their strengths and reach their career potential. He will also drive human resource policies that support business objectives while ensuring the company remains competitive in the marketplace through benefits, compensation, organization effectiveness and staffing. In his role he will report directly to CEO, Krista Endsley.

“Our people are the most important asset we have,” said Endsley. “Tim’s energy and enthusiasm for engaging and motivating our team members by providing them with the support, respect and resources they need has been instrumental in our early development as Cantata Health. He is the ideal leader to help fulfill our commitment to an environment that empowers employees and provides superior customer service."

Dr. Giardino is an official member of the Forbes Human Resources Council. Prior to being promoted, he served as director of human resources for the company. Before joining Cantata Health, Dr. Giardino was the director of workforce management and support for The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services and served in the U.S. Army as a member of the United States Army Human Resources Command. Dr. Giardino earned a Doctor of Business Administration from Walden University, a Master of Business Administration from Baker College, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Emory-Riddle Aeronautical University.

About Cantata Health
Cantata Health delivers award-winning software for acute, post-acute, and long-term care (LTC) facilities that is purpose-built to improve the health of the facilities and their patients/residents. With Cantata Health’s Revenue Cycle Management (RCM), financial management, and Electronic Health Records (EHR) software and solutions, leaders can have the confidence to make informed clinical and financial decisions. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, our solutions were developed by healthcare and technology experts who are committed to providing uncommonly attentive support to clients.

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