CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Nov. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MediTract has named David F. "Buddy" Bacon as its new Chief Executive Officer, the company announced today.
MediTract ( www.meditract.com) is one of the nation's largest healthcare contract management companies with more than 1,400 hospital subscribers nationwide.
Bacon is a nationally recognized industry leader with 25 years of experience growing healthcare companies and maintaining a strong commitment to customer service, innovation and community."We are extraordinarily happy to have Buddy leading MediTract forward," said Donald Deieso, Chairman of the Board for MediTract. "Buddy is a strong leader with a clear vision of where we are going in terms of our goals, mission and culture." Bacon co-founded Meridian Surgical Partners, LLC, ( http://www.meridiansurgicalpartners.com) an ambulatory surgery center company with 17 centers across the United States, where he served as CEO for eight years. Prior to Meridian, Bacon held a number of executive positions with healthcare IT company Medifax-EDI, Inc. ( https://medifax.com). Bacon's leadership was key to the company's growth leading up to its acquisition by WebMD. "Buddy's record speaks for itself," Deieso said. "I am confident that under his direction MediTract will see significant growth and great success." Bacon began his career in public accounting with Lattimore, Black, Morgan, & Cain, PC, ( http://www.lbmc.com) where he focused on corporate audit and tax. Bacon is a graduate of David Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tenn., with a major in accounting. He lives in Nashville with his wife and two sons. To learn more, please contact Josh Troop at (877) 492-8490 or visit us at: www.meditract.com About MediTractMediTract provides to the healthcare community knowledge, service and technology to assist in the management of healthcare contracts and other critical business documents in support of their compliance programs. MediTract services and solutions are utilized in 1,400 hospitals across the U.S. in settings ranging from Critical Access to Enterprise Healthcare Systems. SOURCE MediTract