Greg Fernandez, chief financial officer of Heritage Ministries, introduced recently that Heritage has extra several persons to its finance division.

“I am delighted to welcome Amy DeFranco, Kimberly LaTone and Milexys Hernandez to our finance staff at Heritage,” Fernandez reported. “We are so fired up to welcome them, and know that they will lead their section with know-how, compassion, and care.”

Milexys Hernandez will provide as the new director of earnings cycle for the firm and will oversee the accounts receivable division. She arrives to Heritage with a history in earnings cycle management, spanning more than 20 decades in the health care sector. Prior to joining Heritage, Hernandez served as the two director of finance functions and director of profits cycle, major groups of far more than 80 whole-time personnel accountable for billing and collections, underpayment and arbitration recoveries, Sarbanes-Oxley audits, denial administration, and profits cycle technique integrity. Hernandez lives in Rochester.

DeFranco joins Heritage as the new accounts receivable billing supervisor. A graduate of Monroe Community College, continuing her education in company administration and health care at SUNY Empire Point out.

DeFranco is a indigenous of Rochester and worked in regional nursing house billing right before coming to Heritage. She brings with her a qualifications in medical billing and has specialized in prolonged expression care nursing house billing and accounts receivables throughout several amenities. She has a track record in Medicare, Medicaid, HMO, ePACES, and FISS DDE. DeFranco life in Rochester.

LaTone, facility monetary professional coordinator, is a native of Jamestown and will serve as a resource for facility financial experts at every single Heritage place, nationwide. A 2013 graduate of Jamestown Enterprise School with a bachelor’s diploma in company administration, LaTone has a qualifications in both equally social solutions and organization accounting. She will be dependable for doing work with specialists to coordinate economic factors related with the Heritage resident admission process. LaTone lives in Jamestown.

“As we operate to construct a powerful future for Heritage, we are thrilled to welcome Milexys, Amy, and Kimberly,” explained Lisa Haglund, Heritage president and CEO. “With their experience and confirmed track records of good results in finance, health care, and senior residing, they will do the job everyday with our teams as we continue on to market Hope, Dignity, and Purposeful Living to all those people entrusted to our treatment.”

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