SRSsoft, provider of productivity-enhancing EHR technology and services for high-performance physicians, announced that effective today, Scott Ciccarelli has been appointed Chief Executive Officer. Evan Steele, the founder and former CEO who has managed the company’s exceptional growth since its creation in 1997, has transitioned his role to that of Senior Advisor.
Mr. Ciccarelli brings to SRS 20 years of diverse management and operations experience garnered as a senior executive at GE, where he headed two of the company’s businesses—most recently, GE Healthcare’s Services, Ambulatory and Revenue Cycle Solutions. His areas of expertise include business strategy, leadership development, and the delivery of enhanced value for customers through quality improvement and innovation. Mr. Ciccarelli earned a BS from Rutgers College of Engineering and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University, and he is a graduate of GE’s Leadership School.
“Scott is a seasoned executive with a proven track record of business leadership and operational excellence,” says David Weiss, Chairman of the Board, SRS. “We are confident that his leadership, experience, and enthusiasm will drive SRS into the next phase of its growth as a prominent company in the healthcare IT arena. We thank Evan for his passion and for his partnership with Thoma Bravo, and look forward to his ongoing support and advice.
“I am thrilled to become part of the SRS team,” says Scott Ciccarelli. “The company’s devotion to customer service and commitment to continual product improvement has helped it achieve a #1 KLAS ranking. I look forward to continuing this tradition of helping customers solve their cost, quality, and delivery challenges.”
SRSsoft was rated Best in KLAS for the Ambulatory EMR (1-10 physician segment) and was the only vendor whose score was above 90, and its rating was almost 4 points higher than any other EHR in the category. Notably, SRS also scored highly in the Ambulatory EMR (11-75 physician segment)—with a score of 86.1—based upon preliminary data.