DALLAS, July 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Epic Health Services, Inc., a leading provider of pediatric skilled nursing and therapy services, as well as adult home services, has expanded their leadership team and hired four new executives to support the company's future growth plans. The new additions to the company will provide Epic with the necessary infrastructure to properly integrate its current acquisitions and scale successfully.
In December, Ryan Brown joined Epic as vice president of operations. Prior to joining Epic, Brown held the same role at Maxim Healthcare Services, where he was responsible for operations in 12 states. An entrepreneurial leader with more than 15 years of experience in health care operations, business development and leadership, Brown is focused on the overall strategy and operational execution of his region.
Carolyn Swanson was appointed vice president of revenue cycle in March. In this role, she oversees the full scope of revenue cycle operations. Swanson comes with a wealth of experience within the industry, having spent 25 years in revenue cycle leadership roles, with the majority of her career being spent on the provider side. She is a well-versed public speaker on revenue cycle topics, having presented at both Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA ANI) and American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM ANI).
Formerly the CEO of Clarity Service Group, Kathleen Stengel joined Epic in March and directs all behavioral and autism-related services. Her key responsibilities include maintaining quality standards of practice within the developmental division, creating relationships that increase the provision of services for children and adults with developmental disabilities, and establishing a sustainable high-quality Applied Behavior Analysis program across Epic. Stengel is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with more than 15 years spent in behavioral health and executive management roles.
Mark Berry joined Epic in June as a regional operations director, focused largely on providing leadership and operational oversight for his multistate region. Previously, Berry was with Maxim Healthcare Services for more than 14 years, where he provided sales, business development and operations leadership. After leaving Maxim, Berry launched and sold a home health care organization in Florida. He brings to Epic over 17 years of elderly and pediatric health care experience in the post-acute homecare space.
"These seasoned professionals are poised to make an immediate impact on our business," said Epic President and CEO Chris Roussos. "Their passion for the industry and focus on exceptional care will help guide us toward greater growth opportunities."
About Epic Health Services
Epic Health Services was founded in 2001 and has since become a leading national provider of pediatric skilled nursing, therapy, and autism services, as well as adult home health services. Adult services provided include skilled nursing, therapy, personal care and behavioral health nursing. Success in health care requires the delivery of exceptional care that meets the needs of patients, families, payers, regulatory agencies, and society. By maintaining a focus on quality care, extraordinary customer service, and compliance, Epic continues to grow and serve even more patients. For further information, please visit www.epichealthservices.com.
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