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Ron Present Receives Missouri Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives Regent’s Award


(ST. LOUIS, November 20, 2019) Ron Present has been awarded the Regent’s Award by the Missouri Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (MO-ACHE). Present was honored for his leadership over the past two years as President of the MO-ACHE and for upholding the tenants of the organization to engage, educate and inspire their members.

Present is currently serving his last year as President of MO-ACHE, an organization that provides members with educational programs focused on cutting-edge topics relevant to healthcare professionals. MO-ACHE is comprised of healthcare leaders across the state of Missouri focused on improving care delivery and population health.

Present is an Advisory Services Partner and the Health Care Industry Group Leader at Brown Smith Wallace.


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Brown Smith Wallace—an independent firm associated with Moore Global Network Limited—is a nationally recognized, top 100, full-service CPA and business advisory firm in Missouri with more than 300 employees. The firm is the top-ranked St. Louis firm in the 2020 Vault Accounting Firm ranking, is recognized as a top workplace for women by the Accounting MOVE Project and is a 2019 INSIDE Public Accounting Best of the Best Firm. For more information, visit or call 314.983.1200.

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