Medpricer Announces Increased Reach with Added Staff in 2018

December 21, 2018

Medpricer, the leading purchased services cost management solution for the healthcare industry, announced staffing changes to support the company’s rapid market expansion and commercial growth. These changes come as no surprise as Medpricer is set to hit record subscription revenue this year following nation-wide adoption of their purchased services platform.

The company’s most recent hires support its growing strategic souring expertise by adding two industry veterans to its team. The company welcomed Nicole Barker, RN as its new Senior Director of Customer Success and Anna Ormiston as a Director of Strategic Sourcing and Analytics at the end of Q3. These sourcing professionals, with a combined 30 years in the industry, previously worked with MD Buyline and Vizient. They will be responsible for ensuring that Medpricer customers are getting optimal results from their mSource subscriptions.

Furthermore, Medpricer increased its sales force increased by 150% in 2018 to keep up with their commercial success. Their sales force will partner with healthcare supply chain veterans to demonstrate the ROI that healthcare providers can achieve with a dedicated purchased services strategy in place. 

With the staff growth in 2018, Medpricer’s female employee base now makes up 59% of its team – a 24% increase since 2017. Female-led departments include Finance, Marketing, Operations, Software QA and Customer Success. Almost half of Medpricer’s female employees hold engineering or math-based roles.

“While women are typically underrepresented in STEM positions and in technology organizations, Medpricer has established a space of workplace equality,” said Medpricer’s Director of Marketing and Growth Lindsay Wise. “We’re working toward creating a paradigm shift in female STEM careers, as well as in the healthcare industry with our work creating solutions that focus on improving community care.”

“We couldn’t be prouder of Medpricer’s continued growth. We’re dedicated to continuously building our team and advancing our technology to truly optimize our customers’ cost management lifecycle,” said Mickey Meehan, Medpricer’s Chief Customer Officer. “With exciting, new machine learning solutions in hand, our team is looking forward to making a difference in healthcare in 2019.”

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