MEA|NEA Appoints Scott Hefner to Vice President of Sales

MEA|NEA, Inc., the recognized leader in secure unstructured health information exchange, announces today the appointment of Scott Hefner to the position of vice president of sales. In this role, Hefner will lead the organization’s efforts to drive organic growth, expand MEA|NEA’s presence in healthcare and the company’s Medicaid business, as well as further establishing strategic alliances with large technology partners and growing its reseller program.

A 22-year healthcare veteran, Hefner joins MEA|NEA from Jopari Solutions where he was senior vice president of sales. He also has previously served in multiple leadership roles at Affiliated Computer Services, a Xerox subsidiary.

“Because of MEA|NEA’s position as a leader in revenue cycle enhancement and the secure exchange of health information, I consider it a privilege to be a part of this organization and serve its more than 33,000 healthcare offices and facilities,” said Hefner. “I also look forward to further establishing MEA|NEA as the leading brand in the space while growing it and providing first-class service and support to those we serve.”

Regarding the addition of Hefner to MEA|NEA’s leadership team, Lindy Benton, CEO, said: “Scott brings a wealth of experience to MEA|NEA and he has created significant growth of several world-class organizations. We’re excited to have him join the team as we continue to create and deliver solutions for those we serve to achieve efficiency and cost-savings through improved electronic communication.”


MEA|NEA, an industry leader in revenue cycle enhancement for payers and providers, manages the secure exchange of health information, providing critical functionality to payers, medical and dental providers and other agents. MEA|NEA solutions facilitate secure electronic requests for records and documentation to connected network providers for payment integrity, risk adjustment, audit tracking, performance/quality measures, claim attachments and more. Similarly, its technology enables providers: to gain productivity via the electronic capture, storage and submission of healthcare documentation; to more effectively manage their revenue cycle and reduce claim denials. |

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