Customers’ Solutions: Charge Pre-Processor A large East Coast health care network came to Catch Data Systems with a novel challenge. The client was going to be receiving several unique feeds from current and new software vendors that contained charge data that needed to be posted into TES. Instead of purchasing several GE charge interfaces, the […]
One of the employees added in a recent hiring surge, Rick is among the newest employees at Catch Data Systems. But what he lacks in tenure with the company, he makes up for with experience. With more than two decades in the healthcare IT industry, Rick has worked extensively with Centricity both internally while with IDX Systems then GE Healthcare, and externally while serving on outside consulting teams.
When he’s not solving problems for clients, he can be found reading, cooking and entertaining at home.
What do you like best about working at Catch Data?
The opportunity to be the best you can be in your chosen field.
What is different about working at Catch Data compared to other places you’ve worked?
Others say they are the best, however at Catch there is proof behind what they tell you. We have some of the most elite professionals in the field.
What is the biggest challenge facing the healthcare billing industry today?
Rising costs of healthcare coupled with decreasing reimbursements. Health care organizations are having an increasingly difficult time maintaining their level of service.
How do you help Catch Data customers meet that challenge?
We utilize our staff to assist clients in utilizing software that maintains that higher level of service. We accomplish that by reviewing their current data structure to find and use new features and enhancements that enable that leading edge of service.
What does working at Catch Data mean to you?
It’s not just a job, it’s home. Catch maintains an atmosphere of family. I’ve looked at a number of different firms over my career, and CDS does practice what they preach.