Local Business Leader Was Co-Founder of AIM Healthcare
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Former AIM Healthcare CFO Burt Nowers joins Growthwright, a growing business services company located in Nashville, as CEO. Nowers is a Certified Public Accountant and prominent local business leader. He, alongside Powered Health Chairman/CEO Jim Sohr, was a founder of AIM Healthcare. Nowers served as CFO at AIM Healthcare from its start in 1995 until the company sold in 2009.
“We are happy that Burt has agreed to join Growthwright. Having worked with him at AIM Healthcare, I know first-hand the incredible skills that Burt brings to Growthwright,” says Sohr.
Nowers replaces Mike Cerino, who served for 5 years as the CEO of Growthwright before leaving at the end of August.
“I look forward to continuing to improve the high level of service that Growthwright clients receive and expect,” says Nowers. Currently he is working with company leadership to build on the vision of Growthwright.
In addition to his other experience, Nowers serves as the CEO-in-residence for the Center for Business as Mission at Lipscomb University. He is also a member of the board of Healing Hands International and served as president of the non-profit between 2012-2016. He lives with his wife, Lisa, in Nashville and has three grown children.
Growthwright is a business services company offering Finance, Accounting, Human Resources and Marketing services to emerging technology companies. Growthwright was founded in 2013 and works with healthcare startups and industry leaders including VaticaHealth, Relatient, Advent Health Partners, and more. By understanding the importance of speed to revenue in the highly competitive startup space, Growthwright has effectively removed the speed bumps that startups often face, leading to a high success rate for their clients. More information at https://www.growthwright.com.
The company is affiliated with POWERED HEALTH, a Nashville-based venture-support company majority-owned by Chairman/CEO Jim Sohr.
ABOUT Powered Health
Powered Health companies are joined by a guiding mission to change the business of healthcare through proactive cloud-based technology and enhanced service solutions across the full continuum of care. The companies power positive change in interoperability, revenue, engagement and compliance. Powered Health companies are helping hospitals and providers automate clinical and business processes that have historically been manually driven by unlocking the power of the data housed in EHRs to deliver better outcomes in patient care and patient safety at a lower cost. More information at https://www.poweredhealth.com/.
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