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Getting Paid in Behavioral Healthcare - Salt Lake City, UT

 

William McCormick, MBA
Chief Executive Officer, Medivance Billing Service, Inc.

William McCormick is a highly experienced healthcare professional with comprehensive skills in strategic planning, sales, operational management and implementation. Throughout his professional career, he has demonstrated the ability to lead diverse teams of professionals to new levels of success in the highly competitive healthcare industry.  William has a proven ability to successfully analyze an organization’s critical business requirements, identify deficiencies and potential opportunities, and develop innovative and cost-effective solutions for enhancing competitiveness, increasing revenues, and improving customer service offerings.

With a master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in healthcare administration, “Bill” has traveled extensively serving clients in many facets of healthcare operations. Prior to entering the behavioral health industry, Bill operated one of Florida’s most successful medical equipment and home infusion pharmacy businesses which he sold to a national drug chain in 2002.

In the community, Mr. McCormick served as president of the Fort Lauderdale Branch NAACP where he championed the causes of justice, equality and job creation for local citizens. He was widely known as the civic leader who petitioned Governor Jeb Bush and received approval for the “first time in Florida’s history”, the extension of time for polls during the 2002 presidential election. William has been recognized by numerous organizations for his outstanding service and contributions throughout the United States and has recently been placed on the Florida Memorial University Board of Trustees.

Currently, William McCormick  serves as chief operating officer for Medivance Billing Service, where since his appointment, client net collections has exceeded over $160 million dollars.

 

Daniel J. Gemp
President, CEO — Dreamscape Marketing, LLC

Daniel Gemp has been the President and CEO of Dreamscape Marketing since its founding in 2005.  Dreamscape is a leading provider of professional business-to-business and business-to-consumer marketing strategy, patient acquisition marketing, and custom digital campaign development for addiction treatment providers.  While at Dreamscape, Dan has originated custom strategies for the effective implementation of internet and search marketing as well as social/mobile advertising campaigns.  He maintains consultative focus on extremely efficient and proprietary search engine optimization techniques focused on Return-On-Investment driven methodologies and metrics.  A graduate of Villanova University’s school of business, Dan applies financial modeling and international experience to Dreamscape’s campaigns to consult partners on a cost-per-action model.  Dreamscape engineers and develops custom solutions for small to large treatment centers and recovery service providers with targeted research, products, and content-centric campaigns that result in new revenue streams, increased brand awareness, implementation of new lead development systems, and direct sales activation.  With the rise of the burgeoning mobile web/app market, Dan has also positioned Dreamscape as a thought leader on system design and mobile advertising.  

 

Spencer Palmer, MSW / CSW
Chief Operating Officer, New Roads Treatment

Spencer graduated from Boise State University with his master's degree in social work in 2012. He earned his bachelor’s in Social Work at Weber State University in 2011. He has several years of professional and personal experience helping individuals with addiction struggles.  Spencer worked for Serenity House Adult Recovery Program in Ogden, Utah prior to obtaining his Masters at Boise State University. He has been involved in many organizations such as: Youth Impact, Ogden Rescue Mission, and St. Anne’s Center. Spencer enjoys spending time with his wife and family. He is an avid fly fisherman and spends his off time on the rivers of Utah and Idaho. Spencer has five children and three grandchildren.