Revolocity Dan Thiry
Revolocity Mike Evans

Mr. Thiry has 20 years experience in healthcare finance. He spent 12 years directing patient accounting finance functions in large teaching hospitals and health systems as well as mid-sized and urban hospitals. Prior to becoming a founding Principal at Revenue Cycle Solutions, he served as Chief Operating Officer with an established healthcare financial services company. He is certified as a Patient Account Manager by the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management and has been a featured speaker at HFMA, AAHAM and Hospital Council organizations. With experience that is both broad and deep, Mr. Thiry speaks to the latest issues regarding revenue cycle assessments, hospital charity care programs, patient access, managed care contracting, and denied claims management. He has written and contributed to articles for The Receivables Report, Health Data Management Magazine, AAHAM and the Healthcare Advisory Board. Mr. Thiry is a graduate of Robert Morris University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance.


Affiliations: Member, Healthcare Financial Management Association
Past Treasurer, American Association of Healthcare
Administrative Management

Mr. Evans is a highly accomplished senior-level healthcare executive and corporate officer with a diverse background and both CEO and COO experience gained in hospitals and health systems of various size and complexity. He also has gained in-depth knowledge of the healthcare industry through regional trade association, physician practice and consulting engagements. As a CEO, he led a successful hospital turnaround by focusing on operational efficiency and cultural transformation. As an entrepreneur, Mr. Evans formed his own consulting company, Trinity Healthcare Solutions, LLC, in 2014 to help hospitals improve their bottom lines through operational and revenue cycle assessments. Prior to becoming an owner and Managing Principal of Revenue Cycle Solutions, LLC, he served as the company’s COO from 2009 to 2011, and has a broad knowledge base of all aspects of the revenue cycle and hospital operations. Mr. Evans also teaches strategic planning and marketing at the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public Health. He has an undergraduate degree from Brown University and a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) degree from the University of Pittsburgh.



Affiliations: Fellow (FACHE), American College of Healthcare Executives; Member, Healthcare Financial Management Association; Adjunct Professor, University of Pittsburgh


 Mr. Campano has over 30 years experience in healthcare client services. He spent the vast majority of those years servicing patient financial service departments in large hospitals and health systems as well as mid-sized and urban hospitals. He also has extensive experience dealing with physicians (both independent and large group practices), physician billing companies, as well as large hospital-based CBO’s.  He was instrumental in developing a business partnership with one of the largest ambulance billing companies in the area.  Prior to becoming Vice President of Business Operations at Revelocity, he served as Vice President of Client Relations and Business Development with a collection agency that specialized in healthcare bad debt collections for over 25 years. He is a long-standing member and active participant of both HFMA and AAHAM organizations in Western PA and West Virginia. Mr. Campano has served as both a Past Chapter President of AAHAM (NWPA chapter) and a board member of HFMA of Western PA.  Mr. Campano is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh earning a Bachelor’s degree in Rhetoric and Communications. 


Affiliations: Member, Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) & American Association of Healthcare Account Management

Past President:  Northwest Pennsylvania Chapter of AAHAM

Past Chairperson:  Three Rivers AAHAM Chapter, Nomination Committee


Mr. McCaul has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry with the primary areas of responsibility in the Patient Finance and Patient Access functions. He has directed these functions at large health systems as well as smaller community hospitals. Additionally, Mr. McCaul has worked for both regional and national health insurers including experience with claims adjudication and the enrollment process. Prior to his current position as a Senior Consultant with Revenue Cycle Solutions he served as a Senior Director for a national revenue recovery company responsible for Managed Care and Transfer DRG service lines. He is certified as a patient account manager (CPAM) by the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management and has served as Vice-President and President of his local chapter. Mr. McCaul has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Duquesne University and a MBA from Robert Morris University.



Member, American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management, Three Rivers Chapter.

Edward McCaul
Nick Campano
Mike Evans
Daniel Thiry