DocGo expands leadership with new VPs from CVS Health, City Harvest By

DocGo expands leadership with new VPs from CVS Health, City Harvest By

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NEW YORK – DocGo Inc. (NASDAQ:DCGO), a prominent mobile health services provider, has strengthened its executive team with the appointment of Yong Kim as Vice President of Health Plan Partnerships and Jen McLean as Vice President of Government and Public Health Programs. The company, which specializes in technology-driven healthcare solutions, announced the new hires today, emphasizing their extensive experience in public health program management and value-based care.

Yong Kim transitions to DocGo from CVS Health (NYSE:), where he directed business operations and strategy for population health and care management programs. In his new role, Kim will focus on fostering partnerships with health plans and developing strategies for future collaborations and value-based care initiatives.

Jen McLean brings over twenty years of experience in supporting communities and public health projects. Her previous position as Chief Operating Officer of City Harvest in New York City saw her leading strategic planning and operational growth. At DocGo, McLean will concentrate on collaborating with city, government, and community-based organizations to address pressing and ongoing public health needs through mobile service solutions.

DocGo’s CEO, Lee Bienstock, expressed confidence in the positive impact both Kim and McLean will have in expanding the company’s reach and efficiency in serving health plans and government sectors. Their appointments come at a time when there is a growing interest in virtual and deployable mobile care solutions that can deliver cost-effective and measurable health outcomes.

DocGo’s care delivery model stands out for its ability to provide healthcare services outside of traditional facilities, catering to governments and health plans by offering healthcare, behavioral health, and related support directly to individuals.

The company’s announcement also included forward-looking statements regarding its business strategies and financial prospects, including partnerships with health plans and governments. These statements reflect the company’s expectations and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ.

This news article is based on a press release statement from DocGo Inc.

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