MTBC Force is a newly-created offering for health care IT and revenue cycle management vendors to scale their services.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to lead MTBC Force,” Johnson said. “We’ve already seen a tremendous response to our offering and I look forward to continuing to grow MTBC Force. Since so many vendors in our space lack the human capital and technology to grow, this offering has proven instrumental in providing quick, cost-effective ways to support both new business opportunities and to enhance existing capabilities.”
The offering will provide MTBC partners access to its team and R&D resources to handle administrative and back-office support services. The platform is also available on a white-label basis for companies to customize and integrate software into their existing platforms.
“We’ve been very encouraged by the positive response we’ve received since we launched our vendor partnership initiative during the second half of 2019,” MTBC CEO Stephen Snyder said. “This successful partnership initiative gave birth to our MTBC Force offering and division in March of this year. Adding Karl as division president further positions MTBC Force to be a key growth driver during 2020 and beyond.”
Johson has more than 20 years of C-level experience working with revenue cycle management firms, group practices and hospitals. Most recently, he was senior vice president, partnerships for MTBC.