MedAssets said in a federal filing that Neil Hunn, president of revenue-cycle technology, will leave the company at the end of September.
MedAssets exec Hunn to step down
Hunn's last day at MedAssets will be Sept. 30, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing. The Alpharetta, Ga.-based company said in the filing that the departure will "allow Mr. Hunn to pursue other career opportunities."
Greg Strobel, who previously served as vice president of revenue-cycle service sales, was named president of the revenue-cycle management segment in August, according to MedAssets' website. He joined the company in 2005 and is a former regional vice president of revenue-cycle sales at McKesson Provider Technologies.
A MedAssets spokesperson declined to comment on Hunn's departure or on Strobel's appointment.
Hunn will receive $570,000 in severance, with $525,000 to be paid in installments over an 18-month period. He previously served as the company’s CFO before assuming the role of president of revenue-cycle technology on a full-time basis in January.
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