FRANKLIN, Tenn. – July 26, 2016 - MEDHOST is proud to announce that Chairman and CEO Bill Anderson has been elected as one of five new board members for the Nashville Technology Council (NTC). Anderson has served as the CEO at MEDHOST since 2012 and chairman since 2008.
The NTC works to develop, connect and promote Middle Tennessee’s technology community. The board consists of 40 members who are elected to serve three-year terms.
“The NTC continues to bring together those who are growing and significantly influencing the Middle Tennessee’s technology industry,” Bryan Huddleston, NTC president and chief executive officer, said in a release.
“I am honored to be selected as a board member at NTC. The organization plays an integral role in advancing our industry and encouraging innovation in the region, “said Anderson. “By utilizing its four pillars of connection, development, unity and promotion, NTC can help Middle Tennessee foster growth in talent and opportunities, and I feel privileged to be part of that process.”
Anderson brings more than 30 years of experience in the technology and financial sectors, serving as CEO of several companies, including Universal Tax Systems, Inc. (UTS), Bankrate, Inc. and Block Financial Corporation. Before joining MEDHOST, he served as CEO at UTS, publisher of TaxWise – a suite of professional income tax preparation solutions. He successfully launched several innovative technology applications and holds a patent on delivering online financial services using distributed objects.
Anderson earned a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from Auburn University and completed his MBA at Emory University.
MEDHOST is a provider of market-leading enterprise, departmental and healthcare engagement solutions to more than 1,100 healthcare facilities. Our healthcare management system includes intuitive, easy-to-use and SaaS-enabled solutions, including YourCareUniverse, an integrated suite of cloud-based patient and provider engagement applications. Our robust offering of managed hosting, outsourcing and consulting services are changing how clinicians and hospital leaders work and communicate, while generating notable operational, patient flow, care and revenue improvements. MEDHOST delivers value by enabling hospitals of all types and all sizes to better manage care and the business of healthcare while meeting evolving regulatory requirements. Connect with MEDHOST on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
About The Nashville Technology Council:
The Nashville Technology Council, is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association of technology leaders working together to further promote, strengthen and grow the technology sector in Middle Tennessee. Membership is open to technology companies, employers, service providers, educational institutions and nonprofit companies interested in supporting the growth of technology businesses throughout Middle Tennessee.