Josh Repac took up the post on July 1, 2022, after retiring former CFO Thomas Chan.
Meritus Health, a senior health care provider in West Maryland with 3,000 employees, 600 medical staff, 240 volunteers, 300 beds, and more than $ 440 million in patient access, has promoted Josh Repac as chief financial officer.
Repac took over the post on July 1, 2022, following the retirement of former CFO Thomas Chan, who will remain with the organization as chief financial officer for the next six months while Repac changes his post. Chan joined Meritus Health in 2015, bringing with him more than 30 years in the financial industry.
Prior to becoming a CFO, Repac served as vice president of financial management and health care services, and prior to that, he was the chief executive officer of financial management and reimbursement. Repac brings 15 years of medical and financial expertise to the profession. He also served in leadership positions in the medical industry located in the Baltimore region.
“When you think about the experience of the patient, and the doctors and nurses, but that’s not all,” Repac said in a statement announcing his promotion. “Money, we affect the follow-up care of the patient approach, and it is an important part.”
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Amanda Schiavo is the Financial Editor of HealthLeaders.