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Meritus chief financial officer honored by healthcareindustry publication

Meritus Health Chief Financial Officer Josh Repac is among Becker’s Hospital Review’s 2024 “CFOs to Know” list, which recognizes pivotal financial stewards within healthcare organizations.

These CFOs manage enormous budgets, navigate intricate revenue cycles and develop financial strategies that ensure the sustainability of their institutions.

“I am honored to be listed in Becker’s CFOs to Know list among so many incredible leaders across the nation working to improve a very important component of healthcare, affordably. Truly, I am honored to help lead a team that is dedicated to improving the health of our community. By working hard to improve the efficiency at Meritus, we are helping to make care more affordable and accessible,” said Repac, who first started at Meritus in 2019 and was promoted to CFO in 2021.

Highlighted for their roles in maintaining the financial health of hospitals and health systems, these CFOs enable their organizations to focus on delivering top-notch patient care. The list celebrates their commitment to enhancing financial operations, a cornerstone for the success of any healthcare facility.

“Reducing costs and ultimately helping to make healthcare affordable is paramount to achieving our mission of improving the health of our community,” said Meritus President and CEO Maulik Joshi, Dr.P.H. “Josh is an incredible leader who is passionate about bringing needed care into reach for our community. He’s leveraged community partnerships and helped create pathways for care within our community in addition to having a strong acumen for the complicated reimbursement programs. Josh truly is the whole package.”

The Becker’s Hospital Review editorial team accepted nominations for this list. The full list
features individual profiles of all leaders on the list, and can be read here.

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