Golden Living Launches Fianna Partners
Fianna Partners to offer revenue cycle management services to post-acute healthcare providers
FORT SMITH, Ark.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Golden Living announced today it is launching a new business, Fianna Partners, to offer the post-acute healthcare industry a new revenue cycle management solution. Fianna Partners will offer its customers decades of expertise in revenue cycle solutions for post-acute providers.
“We are excited about the opportunity to provide our expertise to non-affiliated organizations and help them be successful”
Golden Living President and CEO Dr. Neil Kurtz announced that Fianna Partners will begin operations on Jan. 1, 2015, and will maintain offices at the Golden Living Administrative Center in Fort Smith, Ark.
In making the announcement, he said, “Golden Living is proud to provide an innovative solution for our industry through Fianna Partners and its knowledgeable, dedicated and caring employees.”
He also announced that Golden Living’s Senior Vice President of Facility Finance John Williams has been chosen to lead Fianna Partners.
“We are excited about the opportunity to provide our expertise to non-affiliated organizations and help them be successful,” Williams says.
About Golden Living (www.goldenliving.com)
Celebrating 50 Years of Service, Golden Living has cared for more than four million patients since 1964, and today is a national leader in providing skilled nursing and post-acute care. The Golden Living family of companies includes Golden LivingCenters, Aegis Therapies, AseraCare, Fianna Partners and 360 Healthcare Staffing. There are 294 Golden LivingCenters in 21 states. Golden Living also offers assisted living services at more than 30 of its locations. In addition, the Golden Living companies provide services to more than 1,000 nursing homes, hospitals, and other healthcare organizations in 40 states and the District of Columbia. Collectively, the Golden Living family of companies has more than 40,000 employees who provide quality healthcare to more than 60,000 patients every day.