Nashville, TN – Traditions Health has recently hired Hannah Echols as its new vice president of clinical applications and business intelligence. Echols will manage the data and business intelligence strategy across the organization and implement new technologies necessary to support our patients and internal business units.
“Hannah is an outstanding addition to our team. She is an accomplished and highly respected leader who can translate abstract data into actionable strategic insights,” said John Kerndl, chief financial officer of Traditions Health.
Echols joins Traditions Health with almost 20 years of post-acute health care and complex project management experience, along with an impressive record of innovation in the post-acute care industry. Before joining Traditions Health, Echols served as the president and chief innovation officer of a post-acute consulting firm, where her focus was helping stabilize and improve revenue cycle management health for post-acute care agencies through the lens of operational excellence.
Additionally, Echols has extensive experience in electronic medical record (EMR) integrations and implementations, interoperability, and product development.
About Traditions Health
Traditions Health provides home health, hospice, and palliative care services. Its goal is to help patients have the best quality of life possible surrounded by the people they love. Traditions Health opened its first agency in Bryan, Texas in 2008. Since then, the company has continued to grow and now provides care across 18 states. Traditions Health is a portfolio company of Dorilton.
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- Advance Directive
- Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Home Health Care
- Hospice Care
- Multiple Myeloma
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Occupational Therapy
- Palliative Care
- Physical Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Spiritual Counselor
- Stroke Patients