ASM Promotes Frosty Price to Senior VP, Health Solutions Group

ASM has promoted Forrest “Frosty” Price to the position of senior vice president for the Health Solutions Group, which provides IT and health solutions supporting the VA, DoD, Army, Navy and Air Force. Price joined ASM in 1990, the same year he retired as a lieutenant colonel from the U.S. Army.

“Frosty has been with ASM since 1990 and has demonstrated a keen ability to excel in a broad range of positions,” said John Fraser, chief operating officer of ASM. “His knowledge, expertise and experience will provide excellent leadership for ASM’s Health Solutions Group. Frosty will focus on the continuation of extraordinary results for our clients and solution benefactors.”

At ASM, Price has led some of the company’s most successful projects supporting the Army G1 and MHS. His involvement in projects ranging from CCQAS to COPS has resulted in greatly improved medical care and medical management for soldiers throughout the U.S. Army.

“I have proudly worked for ASM for over 20 years, and I am thrilled to be taking on this new role,” Price said. ”Every member of the Health Solutions Group is committed and passionate, and I am extremely grateful for the chance to lead such a strong group of professionals to continue our important work.”

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