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July 27, 2013

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Health center readying for Affordable Care Act

ANDERSON — The Madison County Community Health Centers (MCCHC) has tabbed Mike Casuscelli, former publisher of the Anderson Herald Bulletin, to head up efforts to expand the corporate business development efforts of the local health center.

This effort is made possible by the acquisition of a Federal Grant from the Health and Human Resources Administration because the Affordable Care Act is expected to bring millions of new patients into the health market including Medicaid, individual, and businesses.

"Casuscelli’s proven experience in the corporate world in multiple cities makes him a tremendous asset in heading this new strategic direction" said Anthony Malone, CEO. “After relocating to the area following his retirement and joining the J. Metzger Group along with his knowledge of the health center from his previous board of directors experience with the MCCHC are assets that will enable him to hit the ground running" Malone added.Casuscelli will also serve on the Center's strategic leadership team under the consultant direction of Dr. Jeffrey Buck, Anderson University, in the formulation on the center's revised strategic plan.

New pediatrician joins St.Vincent Practice

ANDERSON — Pediatrician Emi Bays, M.D., has joined the medical staff at St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital and the St.Vincent Medical Group practice with Dr. Teri Schulz-Compton.

A graduate of Anderson High School, Bays earned her bachelor’s degree with highest distinction from Indiana University. She is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. She completed her residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Dr. Bays is accepting new patients. Her office is in the Erskine Medical Office Building, 2020 Meridian St., Suite 320. Call 765-646-8727.

Wysong added to executive staff

ANDERSON — Continental Inc. of Anderson announces the addition of Paul Wysong to its executive staff as the vice president of Quality. Wysong will assist customers in all of their quality needs, from Quality Engineering Projects and PPAP to sorting and containment.

Wysong has been immersed in quality for 20 years with companies such as Toyota, Lexus, Honda, Mercedes, Ford and General Motors. He has worked in all facets of quality from OEM to Supplier and recently a stint in a non-automotive factory, where he implemented automotive quality standards.

To contact Paul, call 778-9999 x321 or email to paul@continentalinc.com.

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