DALLAS, Jan. 23, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- DCS Global ("the Company"), a leading provider of healthcare patient access and revenue cycle technology solutions, announced today that Dominick DeRosa has joined the Company as its Chief Growth Officer. Mr. DeRosa will have executive responsibility for sales, marketing and partnerships. This appointment is part of a continued strategic plan to rapidly expand the Company's market share with its leading patient access solutions. DCS Global is a portfolio company of Tritium Partners.
Mr. DeRosa is a proven leader within the healthcare revenue cycle sector with a track record of building high-performing teams that drive growth and innovation. He most recently served as SVP of Commercial Strategy and Partnerships at nThrive, a healthcare services company. During his 10-year tenure at nThrive, Mr. DeRosa had responsibility for revenue cycle technology sales, client success and partnerships. Prior to that, he served as Sales Leader for CareMedic (Optum). Mr. DeRosa also spent 17 years with HBOC (McKesson), where he was responsible for an organization of 600 colleagues focused on commercial success in the healthcare EMR market, driving $1 billion in sales.
Steven Huddleston, CEO of DCS, commented, "Dominick is a seasoned healthcare IT growth executive with deep experience in developing, executing and leading multi-channel growth strategies for large and small healthcare businesses. His expertise in driving mutual success and efficiency as providers move to transform their revenue cycles and increase patient engagement will be invaluable to our future, and we are excited to have Dominick on our team."
"I am proud to be part of the next chapter of DCS Global and build upon its roots in innovation and deep client commitment," said Mr. DeRosa. "When we listen and respond to the needs of our clients, great things happen for the industry, the business and our team members."
About DCS Global
DCS Global provides leading software and solutions to help healthcare providers maximize revenue and reduce inefficiencies throughout the revenue cycle. The company's innovative platform iPAS (Integrated Patient Access Solutions) is designed to enhance reimbursement and collection early on in the revenue cycle by increasing the quality of patient registrations, maximizing point of service payments, and using cloud-based technology to facilitate electronic collaboration between the patient, provider, and payer. With over 200 hospitals using its solutions, including large and small systems, academic medical centers, independents, and physician groups, DCS Global is uniquely positioned to improve the revenue cycle for all healthcare providers. Learn more at www.dcsglobal.com.
About Tritium Partners
Founded in 2013, Tritium Partners is a private equity firm focused on companies with exceptional growth potential. For over sixteen years, the founders of Tritium have deployed over $800 million of equity capital while partnering with talented founders and executives to build market-leading companies. Tritium's approach emphasizes creating long-term value through strategic growth initiatives and acquisitions, with a focus on Internet and information services, supply chain and logistics, and financial and business services. For more information, please visit www.tritiumpartners.com.
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