Bobby Moran is the Senior Director of Operations for Stratice Healthcare.
Moran oversees daily operations and management of Stratice’s Supplier Network including account management, recruitment & contracting, training, and retention. Moran also manages the daily operational components of all three of Stratice’s initial electronic ordering solutions stemming from the company’s first-to-market electronic ordering solution — eOrdersPlus™. These components consist of the EHR Integrated application of eOrdersPlus™ , the “Supplier Order Entry” web-based application, and the “Physician Order Entry” web-based application. In addition, Moran serves as the business liaison to Stratice’s software development team. Moran participates in software design, assists in product development, drives user acceptance testing, and maintains and updates user-facing content.
Prior to joining Stratice Healthcare in a fulltime capacity, Moran consulted with the company for two years on a regular basis. During this time Moran utilized his extensive knowledge of the HME/DME industry to assist Stratice in identifying market opportunities based upon supplier demand. Bobby was also directly responsible for driving the creation and evolution of Stratice’s electronic product order templates, which led to the development of the decision-support logic supporting Stratice’s e-ordering solutions.
Moran has over 15 years of experience in the HME/DME industry, including 13 years at a large HME/DME supplier operation located in Indianapolis, Indiana. During his extended tenure with the organization, Moran was promoted through the ranks from an entry-level technician to Manager of Rehab Sales and Services (focusing on complex ambulatory and complex mobility equipment (manual & power) as well as home and vehicle modifications. Moran has extensive knowledge of durable medical equipment usage and maintenance, delivery routing and dispatch operations, medical billing, accounts receivable, insurance audit processes, accreditation, P&L management, and daily operations all relating to the DME/HME supplier. As a volunteer, Moran also worked closely with the ALS Association Indiana Chapter for several years directly assisting individuals and families affected by ALS helping to coordinate their medical equipment needs.
Moran received his business education through Indiana University Kokomo’s Bachelors of Science Business Degree program with a concentration in Marketing.