Fields promoted at Fathom Voice
ANDERSON — Bracken Fields, who co-founded Anderson-based Fathom Voice in 2007, has been named the company’s executive vice president of research and development. He previously served as chief financial officer. Fathom Voice is a hosted communications company, and builds both computer and phone applications that help companies connect with their clients more easily and efficiently.
Fouts will lead oncology services
INDIANAPOLIS — Myra Fouts has been named vice president of oncology services for the Community Health Network. Fouts was formerly principal for AOC Oncology in Los Angeles, where she worked with hospital clients “to assess clinical services and programs and identify opportunities to improve operational performance,” a release said.
She earned her bachelor of science in nursing and master of science in nursing administration at the University of Missouri. She also holds numerous certifications and has published several articles in nationally recognized medical journals.
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Fields promoted at Fathom Voice
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