HRAA Appoints Tim Lankes As New CEO

Plantation, FL, March 4, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Health Revenue Assurance Holdings Inc. (OTCQB: HRAA) ("HRAA") leading provider of revenue integrity solutions for healthcare organizations, announced today the selection of Tim Lankes as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mr. Lankes will take responsibility for all HRAA services and company operations immediately and serve as the main link between the board of directors and the corporation.

Mr. Lankes brings over 30 years of military and business leadership experience to HRAA with a track record of successful transformations, startup operations and creating sustained growth in healthcare services and consulting.  Most recently, he was the VP and Chief Operating Officer for Parallon Technology Solutions, an IT outsourcing and consulting subsidiary of Hospital Corporation of America. Tim previously held several senior leadership positions with Perot Systems Corporation over a 15 year tenure including managing Perot's International Healthcare Division and culminated in his leading their Ambulatory IT and Revenue Cycle Services Division.

Andrea Clark will continue to serve as Chairman and Founder and assumes new title of Chief Visionary Officer (CVO), sharing her passion for improving the healthcare industry through her writing, consulting and education initiatives.  She will continue to focus on HRAA client's needs, identifying the impacts of future trends and designing solutions.

"Tim Lankes is a proven leader and will be a great asset to HRAA. We are confident that he will elevate HRAA to new levels of growth and excellence in everything we do," said Clark. 

"I am excited to join a firm poised for dynamic growth and I look forward to fulfilling my mission as a CEO - to ensure HRAA delivers great, value add services to clients, attracts and retains great people in the domains HRAA chooses to operate, and execute on a business strategy that creates an economic value for shareholders," said Lankes.

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