youCompli Hires Seasoned Healthcare Compliance Professional as New Director of Content Generation

Previously Served as Chief Compliance Officer at

UT Southwestern Medical Center and Holy Cross Hospital

Pittsburgh, Pa, February 28, 2018 – youCompli today announced that Sharon Parsley has been named Director of Content Generation.  Ms. Parsley will lead the team responsible for the generation of youCompli’s highly-valued regulatory analysis.

” Sharon brings operational excellence and decisive leadership experience to youCompli, her regulatory knowledge will help us ensure we are meeting the compliance needs of our client’s more effectively”, said Jerry Shafran, CEO, and Founder of youCompli.  “Sharon will help us tackle the critical challenges we face working as a fast-growing software firm”.

Ms. Parsley brings considerable executive experience in leading technology-driven organizations to the role, having served as President of a Denver-based software development firm.  Post law school, Ms. Parsley practiced as a health care regulatory and transactional attorney.  More recently, she served as Chief Compliance Officer for a faith-based Florida hospital system and a prominent academic medical center in Texas.

 

Ms. Parsley holds a BA in Accounting, an MBA in Finance (both from Xavier University) as well as a JD from Northern Kentucky University, additionally, she holds both the CHC (Certification in Healthcare Compliance) and CHRC (Certification in Healthcare Research Compliance) credentials.

 

About youCompli

youCompli is the 1st if-its-kind healthcare focused, regulatory knowledge sharing platform. The platform allows hospitals to streamline their compliance processes, mitigate their regulatory risk, and same time and money in the process. youCompli’s compliance experts translate new healthcare regulations into business requirements. After review by a nationally recognized law firm, the requirements are delivered to the healthcare provider in a software that helps them ensure the regulatory requirements are completed.

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