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April 12th, 2010

Chi Solutions Welcomes Jeff Myers as Chief Financial Officer

 

Ann Arbor, MI (April 12, 2010) - Chi Solutions, Inc. (Chi), a nationally recognized healthcare consultancy focused on diagnostic outreach program management, Lean Six Sigma, mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning, and operations improvement, announced today that Jeff Myers, CPA, will become Chief Financial Officer on May 3, 2010.

Drawing from more than 10 years of executive-level financial experience in the healthcare industry, Mr. Myers will focus on directing the financial management of Chi as a stand-alone company.  He will also be responsible for leading the development of a mergers and acquisitions product line, contribute consulting and management services where his expertise is required, and provide business development support. 

“Chi is poised for an extraordinary period of progress. While we are challenged by a constantly changing business environment, our company remains focused, agile, and ready to pursue new opportunities. Jeff will play an important role in helping the executive management team build on Chi’s core business and explore new markets,” said Kathy Murphy, PhD, Chief Executive Officer.
 
Prior to joining Chi, Mr. Myers served as the Director of Finance for Diagnostic Services and Duke Health Technology Solutions at Duke University Health System.  In that role, he had responsibility for financial management of the clinical laboratory, radiology, and the technology solutions/IT divisions of the academic medical center and associated hospitals. The scope included $1 billion in gross charges and $242 million in expense.  Mr. Myers was also involved in the consolidation of hospital laboratory operations and creation of an off-site core laboratory, and led efforts to recapture lost volume and revenue in both laboratory and imaging.
 
A Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Mr. Myers graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee with a B.S. in Accounting.
 
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