KENSINGTON, Calif., Sept. 18, 2017 – Freed Associates, a California-based healthcare consultancy, has expanded its team with a new Southern California Vice President. Gay Fright, a 25-year health care veteran, brings 25 years of experience in IT health care consulting, delivery, business development and strategy to the Freed team.
In this role, Fright will oversee client solutions and strengthen Freed’s current client relationships in Southern California, as well as leverage her clinical skills with experience in business process redesign, strategy execution, and revenue cycle enhancement. Prior to joining Freed, Fright worked for multiple large national and global management consulting firms.
“I’m excited to be joining Freed and to work with a company that values client collaboration,” Fright said. “I’m eager to play a strategic role helping Freed’s Southern California clients and expanding the organization and the clients we serve.”
“Gay has a proven record of collaboration, quickly understanding client’s needs and effectively leading and growing consultancies,” said Dava Freed, CEO and founder of Freed Associates. “We are happy to have her join the Freed team and leverage her extensive experience to strategically address client problems with customized solutions.”
Fright advises health care industry executives on various IT topics as a member of the Council of Healthcare Advisors and Maven. In addition, she is a Six Sigma Black Belt, a certified Project Management Professional, is Meaningful Use-certified and of has been a member HIMSS for more than 12 years. Fright holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Manitoba.
At Freed Associates, health care is our passion and our business. Founded by Dava Freed in 1991, Freed Associates continues to consult with California health care organizations on strategic and tactical initiatives. Our consultants provide specialized knowledge across the health care industry spectrum. Freed has been awarded “Best Places to Work” as well as “Top 100 Women-Owned Business” by the San Francisco Business Times.
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