Parallon adds unit president, CEO
Parallon Business Solutions announced Tuesday it has appointed Brendan Courtney as president and chief executive officer of the Franklin-based company’s workforce management solutions business unit.
Courtney will replace Jack Lisle, who retired last year.
Prior to joining Parallon, Courtney served as president at both Randstad Finance & Accounting, Randstad Human Resources and at The Mergis Group. He also spent more than 20 years in a variety of senior leadership positions with professional services and recruiting companies Spherion Corporation and A.J. Burton Group.
Courtney graduated from Johns Hopkins University.
“As a 25-year veteran in professional staffing and recruiting at top companies, Brendan’s leadership experience will enable Parallon to continue to evolve our workforce management products and services to stay at the forefront of clients’ needs,” Michael O’Boyle, Parallon president and CEO, said in a release. “With labor costs the single largest driver of spending growth for hospitals, innovative workforce management strategies play a critical role in Parallon’s goal to help providers tackle the formidable challenges they face with solutions that increase cash flow, reduce costs and gain operational efficiencies.”
Shareable Ink adds VP of engineering
Shareable Ink has added Alan Huffman as vice president of engineering.
Huffman, who specializes in health care information technology and commercial software development processes, will oversee the Nashville-based company’s software engineering and data center operations.
With nearly two decades of experience in software development, Huffman previously served at Merck, Deloitte and Vanguard Health System. Most recently, he worked at Health Management System, at which he managed a 130-person software organization with teams in multiple global locations.
“We’re proud to continue to grow our senior leadership infrastructure through the recruitment of top talent in the Nashville area and are pleased to include Alan as the newest member of our team,” Stephen S. Hau, Shareable Ink president and CEO, said in a release. “Alan’s experience will serve the company well as we continue our innovative approach to clinically-rich documentation that delivers the analytical and predictive benefits of data liquidity.”
Shareable Ink is a cloud computing company that transforms point-of-care clinical documentation to structured data and analytics.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum promotes Henton
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has promoted Brad Henton, tourism sales manager, to senior museum sales manager.
Henton, who joined the museum staff in 2004 in the events department and transitioned into tourism sales in 2007, will report to Director of Museum Sales and Guest Relations Suzanne Tolbert. He will continue to develop and grow the corporate meetings and convention markets, as well as manage the department’s museum sales coordinator staff.
Henton received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Alabama.
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