EMS|MC Hires Greg Carnes as Chief Executive Officer
October 28, 2015 (Winston-Salem, NC) – EMS Management and Consultants (EMS│MC), a third-party EMS and ambulance billing company, announced Monday that Greg Carnes has joined the North Carolina based firm as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Carnes will oversee day to day operations while implementing a long-term vision to drive strategic growth.
“When EMS Management & Consultants began the search for a CEO, we knew it would take several months and a comprehensive nationwide search to find the right fit for our business needs as well our culture,” said EMS|MC board member, John Scott. “With Greg, we found the best candidate to drive the company forward in business and reputation with our employees and our clients.”
Greg brings more than 28 years of experience in the healthcare and government sectors. Prior to joining EMS|MC, Greg was Executive Vice President at SourceHOV. He has a vast background in operations, finance, business development, and consulting across a number of industries, with a particular focus on healthcare. Prior to his tenure at SourceHOV, Greg spent three years in senior leadership at Accenture after spending more than 22 years at EDS (Electronic Data Systems), where he had a diverse career culminating in leadership roles covering overall business unit leadership, global IT and process solution development, as well as business development for all of North America.
“I’m thrilled to become part of the EMS|MC team,” said Mr. Carnes. “I truly believe we have a very solid foundation in an excellent market. I’m incredibly impressed with our leadership team, our processes, our supporting technologies and the commitment we have to our clients. Our goal will be to continue to earn the trust of our clients through operational excellence, bringing unmatched execution, innovation and thought leadership to the Emergency Medical Services industry.”
EMS|MC is based in Winston-Salem, NC and serves more than 220 EMS agencies and ambulance services in thirteen states, processing more than $760 million in gross charges per year.
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