Crittenton Home Care Names New Director of Finance



AUBURN HILLS — Crittenton Home Care has named Chris Kisell as the new director of finance. Kisell brings more than 15 years of industry experience to Crittenton Home Care. He is responsible for the administration of the business and financial activities of the agency, including the certified and private duty divisions.

With an extensive background in home health billing and reimbursement, Kisell will bring current technology to streamline processes to enhance efficiencies to meet regulatory guidelines.

Kisell has been a resident of the metro Detroit his entire life and looks forward to continuing to serve the southeastern Michigan community. “Crittenton Home Care has been dedicated to serving the needs of our community for more than 25 years,” said Kisell. “It is my goal to improve our ability to serve our patients and community members for another 25 years.”

Prior to joining Crittenton Home Care, Kisell served as senior financial analyst for St. John Providence Home Care in Waren. He currently serves as the treasurer for the  Michigan Home Health Association Board and chairs the Reimbursement Committee.

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