OVERLAND PARK, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RevCycle+, Inc., a leader in emergency department charge capture and coding, today announced that Renee Purcell has been promoted from Vice President of Coding Operations to Senior Vice President and General Manager of RevCycle+, Inc. Purcell will guide the company through its next growth phase, leading a team of clinically-trained, AAPC- and AHIMA-credentialed specialists to bring clinically-driven and technology-enabled solutions to the market.
RevCycle+, Inc. is the charge capture and coding business line which encompasses majority of the workforce of its sibling company, T-System. The charge capture and coding team has created the coding workflow and algorithms that enable clients to meet the demands of emergency care settings.
“It’s the combination of Renee’s knowledge, passion and individual selflessness that makes her the ideal leader to guide the charge capture and coding business into its next phase of growth,” said Bob Wilhelm, Chief Executive Officer, T-System. “I am thrilled to work with Renee and the talented leaders of RevCycle+, Inc. as we continue to evolve in the space.”
Purcell’s transition to a top leader in the company can be attributed to her experience, industry knowledge and a long-standing history with the company. Having been with RevCycle+, Inc. since its inception, she was a pioneer in helping to create the initial service offering and methodologies when the company was founded. Since then, she has continued to exceed sales quotas, maintain quota for the product line and develop new technologies that streamline processes in complex care settings. Renee’s ability to lead the operations teams on the frontline with its clients and their business challenges has enabled her to take on several roles from a product and operations standpoint. After a decade of holding numerous key executive roles in the RevCycle+, Inc. business, Purcell’s deep knowledge has empowered her to make a meaningful impact on not only the technology sector of T-System, but the healthcare IT industry as a whole.
“My vision for RevCycle+, Inc. is that we will continue to create game-changing solutions that exceed the demands of complex care settings,” said Purcell. “I am honored to be chosen to lead and continue to grow an esteemed charge capture and coding team of the market leader in emergency care technology.”
The company stands true to delivering solutions for clinicians by clinicians – it was Purcell’s time as a physical therapist that inspired her to pursue a career in technology. By taking the clinical experience and applying it to the technology side, Purcell has been able to successfully make healthcare better not only from a client perspective, but from a patient perspective as well. Moving to General Manager of RevCycle+, Inc. puts her in a position to have a larger impact in the industry.
About RevCycle+, Inc.
RevCycle+, Inc. is the charge capture and coding business line which encompasses majority of the workforce of its sibling company, T-System. Specializing in emergency department charge capture and coding since 2002, RevCycle+® combines intelligent coding technology with expert services. RevCycle+®’s solutions improve quality and compliance and results in more accurate coding and improved financial outcomes for various types of facilities from critical access hospitals to large IDNs to children's hospitals. For additional information about RevCycle+, Inc., please visit www.revcplus.com.
T-System is a healthcare IT company that advances care delivery and financial outcomes for episodic care. Specializing in emergency department documentation since 1996, T-System has since expanded its focus to include the development of innovative solutions for the rapidly expanding episode-based care market, including hospital-based emergency departments (EDs), freestanding emergency centers and urgent care centers. Through clinically-driven services and documentation solutions as well as charge capture and coding solutions, T-System solves clinical, financial and operational challenges for our clients. About 40 percent of the nation’s hospital-based EDs, freestanding emergency centers and urgent care centers use T-System to improve the clinical encounter, including the documentation of the patient visit as well as the downstream outcomes related to that event. For additional information about T-System, please visit www.tsystem.com.