Clinicient Adds New Executive Talent and Moves into Newly Renovated Headquarters
Clinicient Inc, Portland, Ore, recently recruited new executive talent and completed the opening of its newly renovated 27,000-square-foot headquarters. A company news release reports that Clinicient’s expansion reflects an effort to meet the growing revenue cycle management needs of therapy practices nationwide. Its expansion comes after the company received $15 million in Series C funding from growth equity firm Catalyst Investors.
Rick Jung, CEO, Clinicient, states in the release, “…Portland’s creative and entrepreneurial economy is the perfect environment for healthcare innovation.”
“As Clinicient continues on its growth trajectory, we are proud to attract such high-caliber executives as Michael Northover, Christine Dorrance, Sandy Pennington, Doug Schumann, and Janet Lanham. World-class leadership is the key ingredient to becoming a Top 100 Oregon employer,” Jung adds.
According to the release, newly recruited Clinicient executive talent Michael Northover, MBA, chief technology officer, previously served in CTO, COO, and senior IT management positions in the Portland. Christine Dorrance, vice president, finance and administration, has held CFO, controller, and senior financial management positions in the financial services industry.
Sandy Pennington, MBA, vice president, people and process, has reportedly held similar positions in both Portland and San Jose, Calif. Doug Schumann, MA, vice president of customer success, is a PMP Certified Project Manager and holds more than 15 years of experience in coaching organizations to reach their highest potential.
Rounding out the newly recruited executives is Janet Lanham, RN, vice president of services delivery. The release notes that Lanham is a 30-year industry veteran of revenue cycle management and has held positions at every major point along the continuum of care.
The release states that to accommodate its growing customer base, Clinicient moved into the newly renovated historic Mohawk building, where it now occupies the third and fourth floors.