Medisolv Hires Denise Scott as Director of Ambulatory Services

Medisolv, Inc., a recognized leader in Quality Reporting solutions is pleased to announce the addition of Denise M. Scott as our Director of Ambulatory Services. Ms. Scott brings over thirty years of healthcare experience to Medisolv, including ten years in consulting to physician offices regarding the adoption, usage, and benefits around electronic health record (EHR) technology.

As the Director of Ambulatory Services, Ms. Scott will be leading Medisolv’s comprehensive quality improvement reporting solutions including eMeasures (eCQM) clinical quality reporting for the ambulatory physician market. The company’s solution will enable Eligible Professionals to successfully submit eCQMs for Meaningful Use and PQRS reporting to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and generate information upon which to improve quality.

Ms. Scott is a nationally recognized and frequent speaker on the topics of optimizing EHR usage, redesigning and improving practice workflow, and implementing pay-for-performance systems and strategies. She recently co-authored the book A Guide to Achieving Meaningful Use – Leverage Your EHR to Redesign Workflows and Improve Outcomes, published by the American Medical Association in June 2013. She continues to guide physician practices through the National Committee for Quality Assurance PCMH application process to achieve recognition.

“We are very excited to have Denise as a member of our exceptional team of quality measurement and clinical informatics experts,” said Dr. Zahid Butt, CEO of Medisolv. “Her deep expertise around physician practice workflow for improved quality measurement and reporting will help physicians increase return on their EHR investments and position them well to maximize both Meaningful Use and Value Based payments.”

Prior to joining Medisolv, Ms. Scott had served as the Director of Quality, Informatics and Clinical Integration for two large medical groups in Massachusetts, helping both organizations adopt EHR technology and successfully attest for Meaningful Use. Additionally, she served as a subcontractor to Booz Allen Hamilton, providing subject matter expertise on EHR implementation and workflow redesign education. She was one of four lead content designers for the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) EHR Implementation Boot Camp and co-creator of a virtual class on workflow redesign, educating Regional Extension Center staff across the United States.

Ms. Scott earned a master’s in management with a health care management concentration at Cambridge College, a nursing diploma from Framingham Union Hospital School of Nursing, and a bachelor of arts at Framingham State University. She is certified in health care informatics and board-certified in nursing informatics by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Ms. Scott is also a registered nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Erin Heilman