Human Arc, a company providing hospitals and healthcare systems with self-pay reimbursement-related services, has named Patrick Mulloy as chief financial officer (CFO). Mulloy will drive the company’s organisational financial strategies. This will encompass not only treasury functions, budgeting, audit, tax and accounting management but also merger and acquisition (M&A) potentials, financial planning, fiscal policy development and leadership of partner due diligence initiatives.
Previously, Mulloy was CFO at MDG Medical, a leader in automated medication dispensing. In this position, he helped guide that firm to driving top line revenues, securing new equity capital and substantially reducing overhead. Mulloy has held leadership positions at several high-growth firms, most notably Hyland Software, where his hands-on fiscal leadership helped it grow from a start-up into a leading name in enterprise content management solutions.
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