Kimberly Parrish to Improve Revenue Management as the New COO of...
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Kimberly Parrish to Improve Revenue Management as the New COO of Currance

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Kimberly Parrish has over 30 years of revenue cycle consulting experience in healthcare management, which she will use as the new COO of Currance to improve its revenue cycle performance.

Fremont, CA: "In our continuing effort to exceed client expectations, we are excited to welcome Kimberly Parrish to Currance as our Chief Operating Officer," comments Michael Halberda, CEO of Currance. Kimberly Parrish has been appointed to the post of Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Currance, a leading healthcare revenue cycle industry leader. Kimberly has over 30 years of experience in healthcare management and is a nationally recognized leader in revenue cycle consulting.

Currance's patented Rev-Cycle Yield Performance technology bridges the gap between earned revenue and cash collections by using artificial intelligence and operational data to improve revenue cycle performance. Its distinctive Performance Partnering strategy, which promotes long-term operational and financial improvements, helps to assure continuous optimal revenue cycle performance.

Parrish was a founding partner of Innovo Advisors and a Senior Lecturer in the MHA Program at the University of Minnesota before joining Currance. She has worked with clients such as Atlantic Health System, New York University Langone Medical Center, Stanford Hospital & Clinics, Grady Health System, University of Miami, Hennepin County Medical Center, and University of Florida Health.

"I am thrilled to become a part of the Currance team and have the opportunity to expand the focus on customer results and experience. Our industry-leading set of technology offerings and management solutions can give already highly effective revenue cycle leaders the information and tools required to accelerate revenue cycle performance further and increase net income for their organizations," states Parrish.

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