CSS Health is Pleased to Welcome Back Eric Adamski
Eric Adamski rejoins CSS Health as Vice President of Operations
Buffalo, NY, September 18, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Clinical Support Services, Inc. is excited to have Eric Adamski back as Vice President of Operations.
Eric comes with more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry. He provided direct care in the mental health field as a Registered Nurse, moving on to healthcare management and compliance services for companies such as Head Start, Univera Community Health, and Fidelis Care. His experience in the Medicaid and Medicare Managed Care industry affords him insight into the regulatory, procedural, and quality measure needs which affect many of CSS' clients. Having progressed from direct care provider to director of services, he engages his team to apply smart process changes which lead to quantifiable improvements to meet company and client objectives.
According to Eric, "CSS is a unique organization among the players in the healthcare space. While they have a core focus in the managed health care space under Medication Therapy Management, they can extrapolate their platform and functions into broader services that benefit a client's particular service and data needs. They are not afraid to explore and pilot cutting-edge technology which improves functionality, collaboration, and coordination. I am so pleased to be back with them on their journey."
“Eric's deep experience will be invaluable as we continue to expand our business and streamline our operations,” said CSS COO Leslie Lotano-Saba. “We are excited to be able to welcome Eric back to CSS. ”
ABOUT CLINICAL SUPPORT SERVICES, INC:
CSS was founded in 1999 and currently employs more than 50 clinicians, IT professionals, account executives, and operations personnel to serve our expanding client-base — which includes entities responsible for paying the cost of members’ pharmacy and medical services.
We have expanded our product line to serve a wide variety of healthcare providers seeking to provide Medication Therapy Management (MTM), and to support new delivery models in the era of healthcare reform. To learn more about CSS, please visit our website at www.csshealth.com.
Clinical Support Services, Inc., VP of Product
Source: Clinical Support Services, Inc.