CHARLOTTE, NC – AccessOne, a leading provider of patient financing options designed to help patients manage their healthcare costs, today announced it has hired Craig Rosato as chief financial officer (CFO) and promoted Tammy Geis to chief operating officer (COO).
“AccessOne continues to attract and retain strong talent. Our team is the key to our success,” said Mark Spinner, CEO of AccessOne. “Craig and Tammy each bring a unique set of skills and invaluable years of experience to the company, and we’re eager to expand our leadership in solving the consumer’s need for convenient affordable financing options at the point of care.”
Rosato is responsible for AccessOne’s financial functions including finance, accounting, business planning, budgeting, financial analysis, investor relations and risk management. He has over 30 years of experience in financial services, including 10 years with Ernst & Young and 17 years at Bank of America where he held the roles of corporate chief accounting officer and chief risk officer for the consumer bank, among other upper management roles.
“With the growing costs of healthcare, offering affordable payment options has become more important than ever,” said Rosato. “AccessOne provides financial options that benefit both the patients and the health system. I’m honored to join a company that is working directly with hospitals and health systems to give patients access to care.”
In her new role, Geis is responsible for call center operations, implementation services, data analytics & management and quality assurance. Geis is a 20-year healthcare veteran and has been with AccessOne for more than 15 years as its chief financial officer.
Prior to joining AccessOne in 2003, Geis worked for Novant Health as a vice president of finance. Additionally, Geis has held positions at Ernst & Young and worked with hospitals, physicians, nursing homes, home health and other healthcare-related entities.
“I’m pleased to accept the role of AccessOne’s COO. Our history is rich with experience of former providers, and we use that everyday to innovate in the patient financing space,” said Geis. “It’s inspiring to work for a company that helps consumers get the care they need through more affordable choices on how they pay for healthcare.”