EVVentus was formed out of the need to develop increased visit verification accountability, in order to decrease fraud and waste. We have created a way to bring forth value when relating to visit scheduling, implementation, services rendered, confirmation of services rendered, and bill reconciliation.  

Our Principals are market leaders in the field of technology.  We also have experience in high volume claims management and process improvement.  Our experience includes solution deliveries for the likes of Home Depot, Global Tel*Link, and Depuy.  These large-scale operations have allowed us to work in large systems around the globe.



Ray Monroe  - Large systems integration specialist.  Retired from Hospital Corporation of America after 25 years of service. He defined strategy for the rollout of several thousand implementation projects.  Ray established and managed the Clinical Installation department with an emphasis on implementation services.  He was responsible for the rollout of the clinical distributed systems and their subsequent integration requirements. Ray was also responsible for the interface requirements of preferred vendor systems, orders, charges, results, and transcription reports.  This was a position with national scope.   

Dr. Turner Nashe, Jr.  –   In 2011, Dr. Nashe was appointed to run the Unemployment Insurance Division for the state of Tennessee during the financial crisis.   Amidst the 100,000+ weekly transactions processed, Dr. Nashe improved the Department of Labor’s claims payment efficiency by 90% in just under 8 months.  By using data analytics to identify and recalibrate process and organizational deficiencies, Dr. Nashe was able to increase claims processing from approximately 2,000 new claims per week, to well over 6,000 new claims per week.  By making additional changes, he was able to improve the accuracy and reliability in claims information, thus saving the state of Tennessee over $10 million annually.   His claim consolidation and processing procedures are still used by the state, to this day.  Dr. Nashe left the state to reenter the private sector in 2013. 

Bill Smith -  Worked for several years as a contractor for the Bureau of TennCares Office of General Council (TN Medicaid) and managed the Logistics Department.   He was responsible for administrative hearings, dockets for Administrative Law Judges, managed both medical services and reimbursement appeals and all related notices and correspondence associated with appeals for the TennCare program serving over 1.2 million enrollees and a budget exceeding $8 billion annually.  He also has extensive experience in Long Term Care and Home and Community based services for both private pay and Managed Care populations.  He has developed provider models that bridge the gap between non-medical personal support services and clinical services to include primary care, mental health, occupational, physical, and speech therapy continuums.  

Peter Marcum - Owned and operated ComputerLand, a corproate sales and network installation business based in Nashville, TN.  Peter went on to for Nashville Computer Liquidators. NCL went on to have sales of over $196 million.  Peter has also built and operated a coast to coast IP fiber network, which is still in existence today.  Most recently, Peter co founded Dev Digital, a Nashville ased technology firm,  which was nomiinated as one of the premier tech firms in Nashville for 2013. 

Mitch Ballard - With an extensive background in the music business, Mitch has developed web based applications for music booking agencies, and a system to manage concert tours. Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Rascal Flatts, Jason Aldean, Clay Walker, Lee Brice and other national acts currently utilize his technologies to coordinate and share all tour logistics with their staff. Mitch has co-founded DevDigital, a Nashville ased technology firm,  which was nominated as one of the premier tech firms in Nashville for 2013.