Medhost names President and Chief Financial Officer

May 24, 2019

MEDHOST Inc., provider of a market-leading fully integrated Electronic Health Record (EHR) and other clinical, financial and healthcare engagement solutions and services, announces that Ken Misch, chief financial officer at MEDHOST, has been promoted to president and chief financial officer.

In addition to financial oversight, Ken will be responsible for the continued innovation, optimization and growth of MEDHOST’s hosted, managed, security and cloud-based solutions. Ken will also lead the implementation, information technology and human resources departments.

“Ken’s leadership and commitment to our customers and associates demonstrate his capability in continually delivering success for both,” said Bill Anderson, chairman and CEO at MEDHOST. “With his expanded operational responsibilities, we’re excited to leverage his expertise and insight as we continue to grow our capabilities and the number of hospitals we support.”

Ken Misch joined MEDHOST in 2013 as chief financial officer. During his 25 years in executive and leadership positions, Ken’s experience spans mergers and acquisitions, public and private equity financing including IPOs, complex debt and tax structures and maintaining strong relationships with customers, investors and financial analysts. Before joining MEDHOST, Ken served as CFO and CIO at DynaVox and has held several other CFO positions.

“I look forward to working with our customers and associates in furthering our mission of advancing the patient care experience and improving our customers’ business operations,” said Ken Misch, president and CFO at MEDHOST. “With solutions tailored to meet the needs of our customers and a dedicated team of associates committed to providing world-class service and support, we’re uniquely positioned to serve standalone and multi-facility community hospitals and other specialty providers long term.”


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