Signify Health appoints two VPs
Signify Health (NYSE: SGFY) has appointed Tracey Scraba as senior vp and deputy normal counsel. Additionally, it has employed Lisa Wagamon as senior vp of community growth.
Dallas-based Signify is a New Mountain Capital portfolio firm. It just lately went public,posting a market capitalization of $7.12 billion in its inventory market debut.
The firm works with each well being plans and well being techniques to assist value-based cost in care plans. It does so by leveraging information and utilizing its community of 9,000 supplier companions within the U.S.
“We are delighted to welcome Tracey and Lisa to Signify Health,” Signify Health CEO Kyle Armbrester mentioned in a press launch. “Their experience and management will assist us proceed to construct our value-based care platform that’s remodeling how care is delivered and paid for thus that individuals can have extra wholesome, glad days at residence.”
Scraba will oversee authorized assist for Signify’s residence and group companies section. She beforehand served because the chief privateness officer for CVS Health (NYSE: CVS). In her new function, she may even have oversight of privateness operate for Signify.
On Wagamon’s finish, she is chargeable for total technique for Signify Health’s community of greater than 9,000 cellular medical doctors and nurses, 3,000 healthcare suppliers and services in value-based preparations and lots of of community-based organizations within the U.S.
“Central to our work is increasing and evolving our medical and social care supplier networks whereas upholding our dedication to sustaining information integrity and privateness inside an ever-changing, quickly evolving surroundings, and Tracey and Lisa will play key roles in advancing these efforts,” Armbrester mentioned.
Complia Health provides to its management workforce
Complia Health, a house well being and hospice know-how options supplier, has introduced that Paul Minton will take over as senior VP of product administration, whereas additionally naming Bryan Koehler CFO and COO.
Additionally, the Illinois-based firm introduced that Casey Schirk will take over as chief shopper officer.
The three additions “underscore the corporate’s dedication to delivering larger caregiver and shopper satisfaction to their purchasers,” in response to a press launch.
“At Complia Health we shine by means of the mirrored gentle of our purchasers’ success,” Rich Berner, the CEO of Complia Health, mentioned within the launch. “Casey is enthusiastic about enhancing healthcare, and he brings an extended monitor file of efficiently working collaboratively with purchasers to enhance outcomes and clinician expertise, whereas driving down price.”
Complia Health goals to offer options for businesses that simplify medical, monetary and back-end operations.
The addition of Minton and Koehler come as well being care continues to shift extra towards in-home care, in response to the corporate.
“As we proceed to guide our purchasers by means of the following section of disruption in residence well being care and hospice, we want business consultants enthusiastic about serving to our purchasers enhance the healthcare expertise for his or her clinicians and shoppers,” Berner mentioned. “[Minton’s] medical expertise as a nurse and monitor file of driving business main improvements, mixed with [Koehler’s] monetary acumen, will assist construct on the workforce’s supply of optimistic outcomes for our purchasers.”
Dina names new chief progress officer
Chicago-based Dina, an AI-powered care-at-home platform, has introduced that Robert Maluso has been named the chief progress officer.
Dina goals to assist skilled and household caregivers gather information from the house, utilizing AI to suggest evidence-based, non-medical interventions. The firm’s residence care community presently spans 25 states, with Bayada Home Health Care and BrightStar Care amongst its main purchasers.
Most just lately, Maluso served because the SVP of enterprise growth and advertising at WoundTech, which is a tech-enabled wound administration companies firm.
“Bob’s deep expertise working with well being plans will assist us increase our function as convenors of home-based companies and proceed to bridge the hole between payers and suppliers,” Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah mentioned in a press launch. “His management will probably be instrumental to our progress in a number of key market segments: Medicare Advantage, Managed Medicaid, and risk-bearing supplier organizations. We are delighted that he’s becoming a member of us in our mission to assist extra folks of their houses and communities.”
In January, the corporate introduced that it has raised $7 million in Series A funding, which introduced its fundraising whole to over $12 million.
HCR seeks new CEO
New York-based HCR Home Care introduced that it’s searching for a brand new CEO.
Louise Woerner, the present chairwoman and CEO, is stepping down. She will stay on the board, nevertheless, and maintain her CEO title till a successor is appointed. Woerner based the corporate in 1978 and has been on the helm ever since.
HCR Home Care gives residence well being, palliative and private care companies to residents within the western a part of New York state.