Orlando, FL.—January 22, 2009—CollaborateMD, a leading provider of hybrid SaaS medical billing software and practice management software for physician offices and third-party billing services, announced the appointment of Eric Rosselot as Sales Director. In the newly created position, Mr. Rosselot will direct and support the Company’s strategic sales efforts as well as take an active role in business development to increase ancillary revenue and market value.
Mr. Rosselot brings to CollaborateMD fourteen years of experience in the healthcare industry with a strong penchant toward sales and marketing. After his first five years in the pharmaceutical vertical as a national Sales Executive, Mr. Rosselot shifted his focus to join the emerging e-healthcare revolution, specializing in revenue cycle management software. He has been honored with numerous awards for high performance and record-breaking sales, and is responsible for an annualized revenue increase of roughly 80% on average for each of the companies at which he has worked over the last two decades.
“The speed at which our business continues to grow has necessitated an expansion in our sales department,” commented Douglas Kegler, CollaborateMD president and CEO. “Eric’s extensive background and affiliation with PAHCOM, MGMA, and HBMA will nicely complement the ongoing efforts of our entire team as we ramp up for a record-breaking year of sales in 2009.”
CollaborateMD has been helping medical billing services and medical practices save time and money since 1999. CollaborateMD offers the health care industry a HIPAA-compliant, 100% Java, hybrid SaaS medical practice management software application with the speed of a local PC application and the "use anywhere" flexibility of a Web browser application. For more information, visit CollaborateMD.com or call 888-348-8457.
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