NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 20, 2019 — Ludi, Inc., a health care technology and physician-advocacy firm, announced today the addition of two new executives to their leadership team: Jolene Williams, who will serve as Ludi’s Chief Growth Officer, and Dana Regnier, who joins as Vice President of National Accounts.
Williams is a business development and relationship management expert with more than 20 years of experience partnering with health care organizations to expand clinical, operational and financial outcomes. Most recently, she served as a vice president with HealthcareSource, a leading health care talent-management and technology organization. Prior to that, Williams was in sales leadership roles for technology innovator Cerner Corporation and the top-ranked, executive leadership firm, B.E. Smith. She is a registered nurse and a graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia and Missouri Western State University.
Regnier has more than two decades of management experience in hospitals, ambulatory settings and physician practices, both non-profit and for-profit organizations. In addition to consulting for various health care technology firms, Regnier has worked in senior-level roles for Novia Solutions, the University of Arizona Health Network, Vanguard Health and Ingalls Health System. Regnier is a registered nurse and a graduate of St. Mary’s of the Woods College and the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.
“The addition of Jolene and Dana, along with other new employees, marks a fresh and exciting chapter for Ludi,” said Gail Peace, President and CEO of Ludi. “In the last six years, we’ve taken Ludi from one client to over 225 nationwide. Now more than ever, we’re positioned to seize new opportunities in the market and help more hospitals tackle the ongoing financial epidemic they face: managing their physician spend. That is, the total pool of money associated with their physician contracts – something that’s woefully overlooked by so many organizations.”
About Ludi, Inc.
Ludi, Inc., is a health care technology and physician-advocacy firm that simplifies the way hospitals and health systems track, manage and audit payments to their physicians. Ludi’s team of physician advocates has helped more than 225 hospitals and health systems nationwide save millions of dollars, eliminate manual operational processes and stay within key compliance regulations. Visit us at www.ludiinc.com.
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