DataMetrix Names Gary G. Twigg as New CEO
Former CEO Mary Jane LaBelle to Remain Involved as Board Chair
SALT LAKE CITY -- December 06, 2012
Mary Jane LaBelle, founding partner and former CEO of DataMetrix, a premier
medical financial audit and data mining company, announced that Gary G. Twigg
was appointed CEO of the company on December 1, 2012.
“We are delighted to have Gary’s added leadership and proven entrepreneurial
track record,” LaBelle said of the recent appointment.
Twigg brings over twenty years’ experience in strategic business processes,
sales and marketing, entrepreneurial growth, and strategic decision-making.
His career focus has been in the healthcare information technology field,
coming to DataMetrix from executive leadership roles at Bloodhound
Technologies, Inc. and Automatic Data Processing (ADP).
“I am pleased to have the opportunity to further expand on the strong
foundation LaBelle and her existing team of executive partners have built,”
LaBelle will remain involved in DataMetrix as Chair of the Board of Directors
and as Corporate Clinical Liaison. For over 28 years, LaBelle has been a
leader and innovator in the hospital bill audit community and was a founding
member of both the Medical Auditor Association of California and the American
Association of Medical Audit Specialists (AAMAS). She co-founded DataMetrix in
2005 with Brent Anderson.
DataMetrix specializes in prepayment and post-payment financial solutions for
the medical payer community. It combines proprietary technology with years of
clinical and financial expertise to deliver a comprehensive range of services,
including: onsite hospital bill audits; pre-payment medical bill review;
diagnosis related groups; ambulatory payment classification; prepayment
negotiation; data mining and analysis; recovery; and special consulting
projects. Its mission is to help clients realize maximum financial recovery
while also fostering positive provider relationships. To learn more, visit
Tyler Wiberg, 801-268-1001 ext. 7059
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