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Keeping Up With Cherrill Farnsworth, HealthHelp CEO

Cherrill Farnsworth, RADSITE, Chair, Advisory Board

Cherrill Farnsworth, HealthHelp CEO

Ms. Farnsworth, an influential national expert on changing health care regulations, regularly advocates radiology management and reform before the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and other congressional and regulatory bodies.

Ms. Farnsworth sits on several boards, including that of the American Association of PPOs. She also serves on the faculties of the Radiological Society of North America and American Healthcare Radiology Administrators and on the editorial advisory boards of Imaging Economics and Advanced Imaging.

Ms. Farnsworth led HealthHelp to listing by Inc. as one of the nation’s 500 fastest growing private companies. She has also received entrepreneur of the year awards from KPMG Peat Marwick and Ernst & Young.

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