Former Twin Cities Orthopedics CEO to lead 250-plus physician group

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Seattle-based Proliance Surgeons, an independent practice with more than 250 physicians, has appointed Troy Simonson CEO as part of its partnership with Revo Health.

On Nov. 1, Mr. Simonson will become CEO of Proliance Surgeons and continue to lead Revo Health, which Golden Valley, Minn.-based Twin Cities Orthopedics formed in 2017 to help physician groups start and manage bundled-payment programs.

"[Mr. Simonson] has a proven track record of helping large, dynamic practices like ours grow and thrive, which is why we're incredibly excited to bring him on board," Charles Peterson, MD, president and chair of Proliance, said in an Oct. 21 news release. 

As CEO of Revo Health, Mr. Simonson has helped guide the creation of Infinite Health Collaborative, an independent multispecialty practice with over 200 physicians in Minneapolis. From 2013 to 2020, he served as CEO of Twin Cities Orthopedics, helping grow the practice to more than three dozen locations, 114 physicians and almost 1,700 employees, according to its website.

"This is an exciting time to join the practice, because we're capitalizing on a growth trend occurring in the industry," Mr. Simonson said. "Physician-owned and led practices who have historically been overshadowed by large health systems are stepping up and driving positive change and innovation across all of healthcare. Proliance Surgeons is committed to leading that charge."

Proliance Surgeons has more than 450 providers that serve 800,000 patients a year across 100 locations in Washington. More than 50,000 outpatient surgeries are performed annually at its ASCs.

The group represents over a dozen specialties, including orthopedics, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, pain management and urology. 

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