Health Information Technology Firm Makes Strategic Hire
M. Renee’ Bostick, former Ohio Medicaid leader, joins FourThought Group (4TG) as the Executive Director of Health Information Technology. Bostick will lead 4TG's Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA) initiatives.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) January 9, 2006
The FourThought Group, a leading health information management firm, announced plans to leverage their success with public health care initiatives throughout the country by developing interoperable health information technology solutions. To guide this effort and the widespread adoption of the Medicaid Information Technology Architecture (MITA), FourThought's CEO Barbera Bridgewater hired M. Renee’ Bostick as the Executive Director of Health Information Technology.
Bostick, a proven health care leader, brings more than 27 years of successful experience in improving health care systems. She has an impressive track record of proven leadership in the sixth largest Medicaid program in the country, in her privately held professional services firm, in administering a regional behavioral health care purchaser as well as a private provider organization, and in national advocacy for health care rights and choices.
"I joined FourThought," says Bostick, "Because the company shares my passion to bring health care into the 21st century. We can do this through widespread adoption of modern health information technology to deliver broad scale improvements in health care options, operations and outcomes."
About FourThought Group
FourThought Group is a respected thought leader in the government healthcare marketplace. They shape the future of Medicaid technology through their leadership as part of the MITA team. 4TG combines insight, innovation and integrity to improve their clients’ business outcomes. 4TG’s executive consultants are recognized leaders in fraud control, MITA, decision support, MMIS planning and independent validation and verification.