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The HCI Group Healthcare IT Leadership Doug AndersonDoug Anderson

Chief Financial Officer

Doug brings over twenty years of financial planning, leadership and analysis expertise to the HCI Group. In his role, Doug is responsible for all administrative, operational, financial, human resources, and corporate support functions.

Doug previously served as Chief Executive Officer of a national employment services company. In addition to the CEO role, Doug also held a variety of other executive positions throughout the course of his eleven year tenure, serving as the President, EVP and CFO. With Doug at the helm, the company was twice named to Inc. Magazine’s list of the country’s 500 fastest-growing private companies and the First Coast “Fast 50” five times and grew to be one of the nation’s largest employment services companies. During his tenure, Doug presided over the acquisition and divestiture of over a dozen companies, directing the operational, cultural, and financial integration of those acquisitions and expanding the company’s presence from five local offices to nearly thirty locations throughout the U.S. More recently, Doug served as the President and CFO of a national operator of amusement and water parks, where he was responsible for all operational, financial, and corporate functions.

Doug is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant, with a degree from the University of North Florida. He is an alumni of Leadership Jacksonville and Lifework Leadership and is a member of both the American and Florida Institutes of Certified Public Accountants. Doug has served on a variety of civic and charitable foundation boards, including the MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation and the UNF Osprey Baseball Alumni Club.

“HCI provided the technical expertise and leadership necessary for us to tackle our critical medication reconciliation issues in the midst of other competing priorities. Without the focus they brought to this project, we would not have progressed as rapidly or successfully as we did.”
—Dr. Louis Penrod, CMIO, Baptist Health

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