BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Boston Software Systems, the leader in error-free automation technology for every healthcare application, today named Doug Bilbrey as business development manager. Mr. Bilbrey will be joining the team responsible for business development throughout the United States.
“While the healthcare industry has clearly defined standards for integration - IE, HL/7 and X12 - there remains a definite need for product and services that can enhance connectivity between vendors, providers and payers”
“Doug brings an outstanding career that spans the key operational segments of the healthcare industry. Automating the workflow in these areas is the sweet spot for our products and services,” said Steven M. Cohen, executive vice president of Boston Software Systems. “In this new role his focus will be on building partnerships with those vendors offering solutions in the revenue cycle systems management area. This includes, hospital information systems, practice management systems, electronic data interchange or clearing house vendors, patient access and other vendors tied to the hospital’s general revenue and patient revenue cycle.”
“While the healthcare industry has clearly defined standards for integration - IE, HL/7 and X12 - there remains a definite need for product and services that can enhance connectivity between vendors, providers and payers,” stated Bilbrey. “With the conversion to ICD-10, the adoption and expansion of Account Care Organizations (ACOs) and the challenges associated with the conversion and implementation of vendor solutions, the sophisticated automation platforms offered by Boston Software Systems allow organizations to enhance their productivity and improve operational efficiencies. I am delighted to be a part of the Boston Software Systems team and look forward to continuing my work in the industry.”
Bilbrey comes to Boston Software Systems with over 24 years of healthcare technology experience. This experience includes; programmer analyst/product development with HBOC and Company (McKesson) at Baptist Healthcare in Pensacola Florida, application development management with Bronson Healthcare in Kalamazoo MI, and several roles, specifically sales and marketing, with The SSI Group, Inc. in Mobile AL. Active in the healthcare community, Bilbrey’s contributions to the industry include; committee work with the Healthcare Billing and Management Association (HBMA), the Medical Banking Project, a division of HIMSS, the Cooperative Exchange and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). In addition, Bilbrey has participated in numerous speaking / educational activities with HFMA and AAHAM and has been featured in a variety of articles in the leading healthcare trade publications.
About Boston Software Systems
Boston Software Systems revolutionizes how healthcare works by providing error-free automation for any application. Designed to meet the changing needs of the entire organization, Boston Software Systems offers the most sophisticated automation and migration platform available and has the best reputation in the industry for ease of use, customer support and giving customers peace of mind that critical data is 100% error free. Boston Software Systems enables organizations to streamline complex business processes and improve productivity. Over a thousand organizations worldwide respond to regulatory and business initiatives by using Boston Software Systems’ technologies to automate and improve processes throughout a variety of departments. Customers include more than 75 HCA hospitals, Mayo hospitals, Stanford Medical Center, CHRISTUS Health, Lutheran Health Network and Catholic Health Initiatives. Boston Software Systems partners with leading application, technology and system vendors such as McKesson, MEDITECH, Siemens, Emdeon, Ingenix and Quest Diagnostics. For more information, please visit the company’s website at www.bostonsoftwaresystems.com or call 866.653.5105. Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/bossoft and find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/BostonSoftwareSystems.