Franklin, TN – EnableComp announced today that Terry Pefanis has joined the company as the new Chief Financial Officer. Pefanis brings over 20 years of experience in healthcare and finance to the organization including his most recent role as Senior Vice President for Revenue Cycle and Business Transformation at Envision Healthcare, a leading national medical group including physician and ambulatory services. Over the course of his career, he served as CFO for SSI Group, MEDHOST, and Big Idea, Inc. with his role to oversee all activities in finance, compliance, and operations.
Pefanis will succeed Phil Clark who is retiring in mid-May after 11 years of service to the company and will ensure a smooth transition of the department.
“Terry’s leadership experience and depth of healthcare knowledge will undoubtedly benefit us as we continue to grow at a rapid pace,” said Randy Dobbs, CEO at EnableComp. “His understanding of the opportunities and challenges in the market will be crucial to the execution of our product expansion and his established record will accelerate our progress.”
“I am excited to join EnableComp, a best-in-class complex claims company with a unique technology and a client-first culture focused on operational excellence and business optimization,” said Terry Pefanis. “I look forward to being a part of this important mission to support our healthcare partners and make a positive impact on their bottom line so they can concentrate all of their efforts on the patients.”
Pefanis graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and resides locally in Brentwood, Tennessee where he raised his three children. In his free time, Pefanis enjoys his time on the golf course, fishing, and skiing with friends and family.
EnableComp partners with over 1000 healthcare providers to manage Veterans Administration, Workers’ Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accident/TPL, Out of State Medicaid and ERISA appeals. Related services cover day 1 outsourcing, A/R management, and zero balance recovery. They also offer solutions for commercial and government denials. Clients are positioned to ensure maximum and timely reimbursement of their complex claims while improving overall yield, cash acceleration, and decreasing the cost to collect. They are also among the top one percent of companies to make the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States for the last eight years. To learn more, visit: enablecomp.com.
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