Business briefs

Greenwood company makes trio of staffing changes

Greenwood-based professional employer services company Tilson has announced a hiring and two promotions.

The company has hired Rob Glass as senior director of IT systems and infrastructure and promoted John A. Bush to director of IT development and Scott Ingram to director of client services.

Glass is responsible for managing the technology and support groups that Tilson uses to serve its clients. As a former owner of an IT consulting company, Glass brings to Tilson skills in computer infrastructure design and support, database design and management, and customer software development. Glass holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from Purdue University.

Bush serves as lead adviser for technology and plays the principal role in the design, development, support and implementation of new technology-based programs. He has been with the company for eight years. Bush has more than 20 years of experience in developing and supporting IT solutions.

Ingram supports Tilson’s organizational growth by acting as a customer liaison. He joined Tilson in 2014 as an account manager and has been promoted to team lead of account managers before his newest position. Ingram has 20 years’ experience in the field of human resources.

Southside hospital earns heart, stroke recognition

Franciscan St. Francis Health-Indianapolis has received national recognition for care to heart failure and stroke patients.

The hospital recently earned Get With The Guidelines Heart Failure Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award for implementing quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology Foundation.

Franciscan St. Francis also received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award for the hospital’s commitment and success to ensure stroke patients receive the best treatment, according to a statement. 

Additionally, the AHA has recognized the hospital for meeting specific scientific guidelines as a primary stroke center for rapid diagnosis and treatment.