accūrō Solutions Selects Larry Brinton, Jr. to Serve as Chief Sales Officer

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SARASOTA, Fla., August 04, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Larry Brinton, Jr. will lead the sales department of accūrō Solutions as chief sales officer, effective immediately. Brinton oversees the sales teams for the fast-growing bill review technology company and provides key thought leadership into the development of business operations strategies to support client growth.

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Larry Brinton, Jr. will lead the sales department of accuro Solutions as Chief Sales Officer, overseeing the sales team for the fast-growing bill review technology company. (Photo: Business Wire)

Most recently, he was a consultant in the healthcare and workers’ compensation industries. He previously held the position of senior vice president for MCMC, LLC Careworks Managed Care, where he worked for 14 years.

Brinton holds a law degree from the Nashville School of Law and is the former director of workers’ compensation for the Tennessee Department of Labor. He later became the chief operating officer for Medical Bill Audits, Inc. and president of Prime Health Services, Inc.

"Larry has worked in nearly all areas of managed care and brings deep expertise in bill review, audits, and understands claims and the needs for flexible workflows," Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Hannigan said. "He listens to the needs of customers, and we appreciate the strengths he brings to our management team."

Based in Sarasota, Florida, accūrō Solutions provides complete and transparent bill processing technology and services to drive the workflow from the mailroom, through medical bill review and provider payment for companies in the property and casualty insurance industry. More information can be found at

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