Employee of the year & manager of the year.
August 1st marks PETTIGREW’s 33rd year in business. We are so thankful for everyone who has helped us get to this point and we can’t wait for what’s to come. Happy Anniversary, PETTIGREW!
We are excited to announce PETTIGREW's new Director of Sales and Marketing, Nick Ficek. Nick has over 10 years experience in the Medical Device industry.
He joined PETTIGREW in June 2022 and will be focusing on leading our Sales and Marketing team.
We are proud to announce the promotion of Jennifer Deer. She started with Pettigrew Medical in November 2019 as a Credentialing Coordinator and was promoted to Credentialing Manager this month. As the Credentialing Manager, Jennifer works directly with clients to assist them with applications and participation with third party insurance carriers while overseeing all credentialing on our team.
PETTIGREW is delighted to announce that Emily M. Osetek is now the Chief Executive Officer of the company.
Emily has over 30 years of Revenue Cycle Management expertise and is an industry leader in this field. She began her healthcare career working in the private hospital setting and learned all phases of Part A and B billing.
Animal assisted therapy is gaining popularity in health care and beyond to help people recover or cope with health problems including cancer, heart disease and mental health disorders. The Mayo Clinic has a Caring Canines program where they conducted a study and found that patients were in a more positive emotional-physiologic state as a result of animal-assisted activity sessions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of people around the world in unprecedented ways which caused uncertainty, a change in daily routines, stress about finances and alienation with social isolation. The concern about their health, the duration of the pandemic and job stability has created a mental impact in our society.
Roughly 730,000 Americans suffer a heart attack every year, some occurring without any warning signs and those who survive often have permanently weakened heart muscles and there is a higher risk of having another one which can be fatal. Women are less likely to survive heart attacks than men and studies are being done to learn more, some analogies are that women don’t seek or receive treatment as soon as men
The spread of the COVID-19 and variants has prolonged the shortage of workers across the healthcare industry, straining hospital profitability and adding to burnout rates. Providers across the country are struggling with staffing shortages combined with long hours and increasing administrative burdens that has contributed to staff burnout, turnover, and shortages-even before the pandemic.