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Dan VanWinkle promoted at Cambridge; Clinics use appointment reminder service; Ham to serve on alumni association board

Dec 04, 2017

Dan VanWinkle promoted at Cambridge

Cambridge announces Dan VanWinkle has been promoted to assistant vice president of Compliance.

In this role, VanWinkle specializes in regulatory compliance and regulations for retail and institutional communications, while overseeing the Anti-Money Laundering, Outside Activity Review, and Advertising Review Teams.

VanWinkle joined Cambridge in 2003 and has nearly 15 years of experience in compliance within the financial services industry, with prior roles serving in a variety of compliance principal capacities. He leads a group of associates responsible for developing and implementing regulatory procedures for the firm along with the relevant review of marketing materials while focusing on Cambridge’s long-standing focus on common sense compliance.

VanWinkle earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from Western Illinois University. Additionally, he holds the FINRA Series 7, 24, and 66 licenses.

 

Clinics use appointment reminder service

JCHC Clinics introduces a new appointment reminder service, powered by local technology company Punctil Health.

To use this free service, patients provide a cellphone number at the time of the appointment. Patients then can receive appointment confirmations via text messaging or voice reminders if texting is not an option.

“This furthers our commitment to improving patient access and convenience by embracing the latest in mobile health care technology,” said Jefferson County Health Center CEO Bryan Hunger. “The JCHC — Punctil Health relationship will allow piloting of mobile technologies that enhance the patient experience.”

“JCHC is an ideal partner for us,” said Punctil Health president and CEO Ben Picard. “JCHC shows willingness to embrace next generation mobile and smartphone technologies to improve health care access.”

 

Ham to serve on alumni association board

Ray Ham of Fairfield has been unanimously selected to serve on the Parsons College Alumni Association.

Ham graduated from high school in York, Pennsylvania and started his college career at John F. Kennedy College in Wahoo, Nebraska, before transferring to Parsons College. He graduated from Parsons with the final class in 1973 and has lived in Fairfield since then. For a short time, he served as assistant women’s basketball coach at Parsons. He was a recruiter for both JFK and Parsons before working as a polygrapher for law enforcement and private entities. He is now retired.

Ham’s support of the association is “invaluable,” according to Dave Neff, treasurer and vice president of the association.

Ham and his wife Judy have three children and six grandchildren. He is involved in a number of community activities, is a member of the Kiwanis Club and the First Lutheran Church.

Ham replaces Dixie Hogan Hockman, who recently resigned.

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