Surgical Notes Expands Sales Team to Support Company Growth
DALLAS – Surgical Notes, a nationwide provider of transcription, coding and document management applications for the ambulatory surgery center (ASC) and surgical hospital markets, announces the addition of Don Callender, John Cornelius, Mark Eschenbach and Shannon Myers to its sales team, effective immediately. They will be responsible for growing the company's customer base and presence in their assigned regions while assisting existing Surgical Notes clients.
"We are pleased to add these talented professionals to an already impressive sales team," said Randy Bishop, Chief Operating Officer for Surgical Notes. "They bring a wealth of experience in numerous areas that will allow each of them to effectively serve new and current partners while providing a high level of service as Surgical Notes continues to grow."
Mr. Callender serves the Midwest region of the country. He has worked in sales for 30 years, most recently overseeing a sales and marketing consulting firm. He brings extensive knowledge in general management, business development, sales and marketing, and organizational design.
Mr. Cornelius serves the East Coast. He has more than 15 years of sales experience, including many years serving ASCs while with ProVation Medical and Informatics Corporation of America. He also held positions with healthcare companies Ambient Clinical Analytics, HealthMEDX, Lantek Medical Systems and MedEvolve.
Mr. Eschenbach serves markets west of Denver. He has extensive experience working with ASCs, having previously served United Surgical Partners International as a regional vice president for multiple regions and Health Inventures as a vice president of operations. He also held multiple positions while with Bethesda Hospitals and the TriHealth healthcare system.
Ms. Myers serves the Southeast region and is also the Inside Sales Representative for Surgical Notes. She has many years of experience working with information technology, including installing, troubleshooting and maintaining software and hardware, and providing technical training and customer service to healthcare professionals.
The new sales staff will report to Chuck Meisel, Vice President of Sales
for Surgical Notes.
"The addition of these skilled team members will facilitate client growth," Mr. Meisel said. "They will also support our efforts to deliver the exceptional customer service that is the standard for Surgical Notes."
About Surgical Notes, Inc.
Surgical Notes, Inc. is a nationwide provider of transcription, coding and document management applications. The ambulatory surgery center industry's largest management companies and roughly 20,000 healthcare providers trust Surgical Notes to provide customer-focused software solutions that eliminate manual processes, streamline workflow and accelerate the revenue cycle. Founded in 1997, Surgical Notes is an industry innovator and leader. For more information, visit www.SurgicalNotes.com.