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eSolutions, Inc. Names Gerry McCarthy New Chief Executive Officer


eSolutions, a leading provider of healthcare technology and analytics
solutions, announced today that Gerry McCarthy has joined the company as
Chief Executive Officer.

McCarthy has more than 20 years of healthcare information technology
experience, most recently as President of TransUnion Healthcare, where
he oversaw the rapid growth and strategic direction of the division.

"I am thrilled to join the eSolutions team," McCarthy said. "eSolutions
is positioned to build upon our record of success with continued
investment in our solutions, customers, and team."

McCarthy replaces Gene Creach, who is retiring as eSolutions' CEO after
a successful 18-year career. Creach helped lead the company from its
founding in 1999, creating a market-leading company that today processes
more than 50 million claims a year for more than 30,000 providers in
nearly every provider market across the United States.

"I'm proud of the positive impact eSolutions has made on addressing the
critical issue of healthcare provider reimbursement," Creach said. "It
has been an amazing experience helping build eSolutions into a top-tier
healthcare technology organization. I'm excited that a proven leader
like Gerry has joined eSolutions to drive further growth and success for
our customers and employees."

About eSolutions

Founded in 1999, eSolutions, Inc. is a provider of revenue cycle
management analytics and cloud-based workflow solutions. The company's
products provide actionable intelligence and workflow automation across
critical revenue cycle management processes. The company also provides
nationwide Medicare connectivity across all nine Medicare Administrative
Contractors. eSolutions' customer base is comprised of more than 30,000
providers representing hospitals, home health and hospice agencies,
skilled nursing facilities, durable medical equipment suppliers,
physician practices, Federally Qualified Health Centers, and other
provider types.

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