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Surgical Notes Names Healthcare Industry Veteran Chuck Meisel as VP of Sales

Meisel brings extensive experience in ambulatory surgery center market to rapidly growing company

DALLAS, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Surgical Notes, a nationwide provider of transcription, coding and document management applications for the ambulatory surgery center (ASC) and surgical hospital markets, announces that Chuck Meisel, formerly a senior sales leader at Poplar Healthcare, Owens & Minor and ProVation Medical, has been named Vice President of Sales. Meisel brings more than 15 years of healthcare sales experience to Surgical Notes.

Surgical Notes, Inc. is a preeminent nationwide provider of transcription, coding and other related information technology services for the ambulatory surgery center and surgical hospital markets.

At Surgical Notes, Meisel will use his expertise to further develop the sales organization. As the leader of the sales organization, he will be tasked with hiring, developing and mentoring a nationwide sales team committed to providing solutions that cater to clients' specific needs and helping strengthen relationships with existing clients. These solutions include ScanChart, the ASC industry's leading chart automation and document management solution, SNChart, web-based transcription and management system, and SNCoder, full-service coding and integrated coding platform.

"We are very pleased to add Chuck to our team," said Randy Bishop, Chief Operating Officer for Surgical Notes. "With his extensive knowledge of the ASC industry, drive for excellence, and ethical business principles, we know he will be a terrific fit with our company and an effective leader for our growing sales staff."

Meisel most recently served as vice president of business development and vice president of sales for Poplar Healthcare, a physician-owned pathology laboratory services company. Prior to joining Poplar, he was a sales director for medical-surgical distributor Owens & Minor, vice president of sales in the ASC division of health information technology company ProVation Medical, ASC sales director and national accounts director for McKesson Medical-Surgical and national accounts director for medical and pharmaceutical company B. Braun Medical.

"I am excited to join the Surgical Notes team as it continues to experience significant growth and success," Meisel says. "I have had the good fortune of overseeing and working with some of the most experienced, polished sales teams in healthcare. I am looking forward to passing on the knowledge I have obtained throughout my career to the sales staff at Surgical Notes who are passionate about delivering exceptional solutions and customer support."

Meisel received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Furman University in Greenville, S.C. After graduation, he served as an Infantry and Special Forces Officer in the U.S. Army, serving in Operations Desert Storm and Provide Comfort.

About Surgical Notes, Inc. 
Surgical Notes, Inc. is a nationwide provider of transcription, coding and document management applications. The ambulatory surgery center industry's largest management companies and roughly 20,000 healthcare providers trust Surgical Notes to provide customer-focused software solutions that eliminate manual processes, streamline workflow and accelerate the revenue cycle. Founded in 1997, Surgical Notes is an industry innovator and leader. For more information, visit www.SurgicalNotes.com.

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