Data aggregator Net.Orange made three appointments to its senior management team this week, naming Dr. Rob Beardall as chief medical officer and executive vice president, Troy Roth as senior vice president of solutions strategy and Scott Leach as controller.
Net.Orange names three execs
Beardall has served on the company's advisory board since 2008 and has a background in clinical informatics, according to a Net.Orange news release. He has served as chief medical information officer at Denver-based Exempla Healthcare and at the University of Vermont's Fletcher Allen Health Care. He also previously was a personal physician to former Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. William Crowe Jr. and Gen. Colin Powell. In his new role, Beardall manages clinical content and provides clinical strategy.
Roth, previously senior vice president of revenue cycle product strategy for Accuro Healthcare Solutions and its purchaser, MedAssets, will take on product strategies for Net.Orange's projects in population health, revenue optimization and electronic health records. Leach has served as a regional controller for AmerisourceBergen and will lead all financial operations for Net.Orange. Ages for Beardall, Roth and Leach were unavailable at deadline.
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