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Former EHR Vendor Epic Leader Joins Health IT Firm, Chief Rev Officer

A former revenue cycle implementation manager at EHR vendor Epic will begin a new position at health IT consulting firm Incisive Consultants.

Health IT consulting firm Incisive Consultants has appointed Corey Kosch, MBA, a former employee of EHR vendor Epic, to chief revenue officer.

In his new role, Kosch will focus on optimization and diversification of services. He will also oversee partnerships and lead the health IT firm’s new Intrapreneur Program.

“I am thrilled to take on the challenges that are to come and to help grow a firm that wants to support both healthcare organizations and consultants,” Kosch said in a public statement. “We're in an excellent position to help healthcare organizations achieve their strategic goals through optimization of their technology platforms.”

“Additionally, I am really looking forward to leading our new Intrapreneur Program that offers a growth platform for individuals who want to take their unique service ideas to market," Kosch added.

Most recently, Kosch held the role of senior manager at health IT company Accenture where he helped lead the provider revenue cycle practice. In this position, he was responsible for increasing revenue and developing practice offerings and assets for the organization. Kosch previously served as a manager of the revenue cycle implementation team at EHR vendor Epic. Several years later, he joined the Best in KLAS Epic consulting firm Sagacious Consultants. Kosch helped the firm develop their Strategic Revenue practice and played a significant role in helping guide the firm through an acquisition by Accenture in 2015.

"Corey has such a unique background that fully captures both the technical and the operational components of our industry," noted Chris Blackerby, co-founder and chief executive officer of Incisive. "He chose to get his MBA while leading Strategic Revenue for us at Sagacious, which I thought was extremely impressive, which has now led him to be an incredibly valuable addition to Incisive."

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