Ontario Systems Names New Vice Presidents to Executive Leadership TeamMarch 27, 2018
Ontario Systems Names New Vice Presidents to Executive Leadership Team
March 27, 2018
Company veterans Mike Meyer, Roger Carney, Steve Scibetta tapped to lead continued corporate growth and market focus
MUNCIE, Ind. (March 27, 2018) – Ontario Systems, a leading provider of revenue recovery software to the healthcare revenue cycle management (RCM), accounts receivable management (ARM) and government (GOV) markets, announced today it has named Mike Meyer, Roger Carney and Steve Scibetta as Vice Presidents. Meyer was also named General Manager of the company’s Outsource Group business unit, and Scibetta was also named General Manager of the company’s Healthcare business unit.
The moves accompany a major reorganization of Ontario Systems associates into focused business units. Recognizing the unique needs of each market it serves, the company’s new organization reflects a continuing commitment to its clients and their evolution.
“More closely aligning our teams to the markets we serve, and promoting these three Ontario Systems veterans, places our decision-making much closer to our clients,” says Jason Harrington, Ontario Systems President. “We expect this to improve our speed and agility as an organization, and enhance our communication with customers. This corporate evolution will in turn enable us to raise our service levels even higher, and accelerate product development in concert with complex and evolving revenue needs in healthcare, ARM and government.”
Each newly-named Vice President brings deep industry and product knowledge to the Ontario Systems Executive Leadership Team:
- Mike Meyer, Vice President and General Manager has spent 28 years in the ARM and Federal Government markets, specializing in large, complex business applications and implementations. He has previously served Ontario Systems as a regional sales manager and senior director, using his technical acumen to apply solutions to client operations.
- Steve Scibetta, Vice President and General Manager has spent 23 years at Ontario Systems with a focus on the RCM industry, specializing in the delivery of market-leading solutions to providers and those that serve them. He leverages nearly 30 years in customer service, product management, software development, and product marketing expertise in service of our RCM clients.
- Roger Carney, Vice President, Operations spent more than 15 years as an executive leader in the BPO segment of the ARM market before joining Ontario Systems in 2014. His experience growing on- and off-shore multi-location call center operations for some of the largest brands in the industry is an asset to the teams he serves.
Ontario Systems was named a Best Place to Work by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce in 2018 – for the fourth year in a row – while continuing to provide market-leading technology that supports revenue recovery for hundreds of clients..
“We made changes to address how our business is evolving, and we entered 2018 with tremendous momentum,” concludes Ron Fauquher, Ontario Systems CEO. “Mike, Roger and Steve have shown an extraordinary ability to align resources in exciting ways that drive innovation and growth. I am excited about the many advantages these new leaders will bring our customers, as revenue cycle management, ARM and government receivables continue to evolve.”
About Ontario Systems
Ontario Systems is a leading provider of revenue recovery software and solutions to the revenue cycle management (RCM), accounts receivable management (ARM), and government markets. Established in 1980 and headquartered in Muncie, Ind., Ontario Systems also has a location in Vancouver, Wash., and employees in 27 states. Ontario Systems offers a full portfolio of software, services and business process expertise, including product brands like Artiva RM™, Artiva HCx™, Contact Savvy®, and RevQ®. Ontario Systems customers include 5 of the 15 largest hospital networks who actively manage over $40 billion in receivables collectively, as well as 8 of the 10 largest ARM companies and more than a hundred state and municipal governments in the U.S.