Primeau Consulting Group, Inc. Announces New COO

Primeau Consulting Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that Kristen Borth, MS, RHIA has accepted the position of Chief Operating Officer. Ms. Borth is a health information and informatics professional with over 10 years of experience in consulting in acute and ambulatory services. While transitioning from private to public sector consulting, she has always stayed in the realm of Health Information Management and Health Informatics. This has helped to broaden her foundational knowledge regarding the crossover and similarities in both arenas.

Debra Primeau, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA, CEO of Primeau Consulting Group, Inc. stated, “Kristen will be responsible for operations, consulting and client relationships, and overall company growth. We are very excited to welcome Kristen to the team.”

Kristen has a bachelor’s and graduate degree from Loma Linda University in health information and informatics. She has three children (two boys and a girl), a Great Dane and Corgi, a cat, and a wonderfully supportive husband to keep her life outside of work fun and busy. She loves to bake and cook. Cycling and running are her stress relievers and she has just recently moved back to her home state of Arkansas. She comes to PCG with a lot of energy and excitement!


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