to run sales and marketing
GREENWOOD VILLAGE — Recondo Technology has hired Lori Prestesater as Chief Growth Officer, a position intended to oversee direct sales, indirect and channel sales, marketing, and product management. Recondo produces software that connects patients, payers, and healthcare providers.
Prestesater has been involved in the healthcare industry for the past three decades. Before joining Recondo she served as Vice President of Strategic Account Management for TriZetto Corporation, where she led the effort to provide TriZetto solutions to hospitals, health systems, and provider-led accountable care organizations. She has also held executive positions in multiple divisions of McKesson Corporation, including McKesson Provider Technologies, McKesson Health Solutions and RelayHealth.
"Lori brings a wealth of skills and expertise to Recondo," says Recondo CEO Rick Adam. "She has extensive experience in meeting the technology and service requirements of healthcare customers. She will help Recondo continue to enable more efficient operations for both our existing customers and new customers."
Recondo Technology's products help hospitals move revenue cycle operations up-front, increase point of service collections, prevent insurance denials, and manage claim status. The company’s rapid growth recently earned it the top spot on the Denver Business Journal’s list of Denver-area software developers, ranked by annual revenues. With $30.4 million in revenue for 2012 and a spectacular 2,261 percent three-year growth rate, the firm landed number 179 on Inc. magazine’s top 5000 list and number 7 on the magazine’s list of top Colorado companies.
"I'm excited to be part of Recondo and look forward to advancing and accelerating our growth," says Prestesater. "Recondo has recently received recognition from Inc. Magazine, Deloitte Touche, and Healthcare Informatics, and I'm committed to continuing to drive Recondo growth, market visibility, and extended solution portfolio while ensuring that we support our clients with the level of quality they expect."