Accretive Health Names Sean F. Orr As Chief Financial Officer And Treasurer

Accretive Health, Inc. (NYSE:AH) announced today the appointment of Sean F. Orr as its new chief financial officer and treasurer. John Staton, who has served in those positions since 2005, has taken the position of senior vice president, provider business solutions, with the company.

Previously, Mr. Orr served as senior vice president and chief financial officer at Maxum Petroleum, an energy logistics company that markets and distributes refined petroleum products to commercial and industrial customers. Mr. Orr has also served as president and chief financial officer at Dale and Thomas Popcorn, a consumer snack food business; executive vice president and chief financial officer of The Interpublic Group of Companies, a parent of global advertising and public relations firms; senior vice president and controller at PepsiCo and executive vice president and chief financial officer of its Frito-Lay division; and as an audit partner at KPMG.

“Sean’s significant experience as a chief financial officer and board director makes him an excellent fit for our team,” said Steve Schuckenbrock, president and chief executive officer of Accretive Health. “The breadth and depth of his skills in professional services businesses will be an immense asset to our company and to the clients we serve.”

Since June 2011, Mr. Orr has served as a director of Value Vision Media, Inc., a publicly traded direct-to-consumer retailer, where he is a member of the Audit Committee and the Human Resources and Compensation Committee, and is the Chairman of the Finance Committee.

“I am looking forward to partnering with Steve and the leadership team to help our clients prepare for new challenges and opportunities during one of the most transformational times in healthcare,” said Mr. Orr.

John Staton will now serve as Accretive Health’s senior vice president, provider business solutions, leading the Company’s solutions development team for its revenue cycle management services offering.

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