McLean health IT provider forms board of advisers
CNSI announces board leadership
McLean-based health information technology provider CNSI announced Wednesday it has formed a board of advisers.
“Their deep policy, technology, clinical, Medicaid, Medicare and commercial health knowledge and experience will be invaluable to CNSI’s future strategic growth,” CNSI CEO Todd Stottlemyer said in a statement. “They will also advise us on better ways to support our clients through innovative solutions that provide access to high quality care, empower individuals with actionable information to improve overall health outcomes and utilize technology to drive down health care costs.”
The board of advisers includes:
- Ryan Howells — principal at Leavitt Partners, program manager of the CARIN Alliance. Howells will chair the board.
- Dr. Ryan Bosch — founder and president, Socially Determined
- Aneesh Chopra — president, CareJourney, and co-founder of the CARIN Alliance
- Charlene Frizzera — president and CEO, CF Health Advisors
- Dr. Maj. Gen. Elder Granger (ret.) — president and CEO of The 5Ps LLC
- Bobbie Kilberg — president and CEO emeritus and strategic adviser for the Northern Virginia Technology Council
- Charles Milligan— chief operating officer, Health Management Associates; and vice chair, Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission
- Penny Thompson — health care adviser and former chair, MACPAC Commission
“I’m looking forward to engaging in a robust dialogue with each of these thought leaders on the future of health care policy, access, coverage, technology, and whole-person care as we look to find ways to further advance value-based care,” Howells said in a statement.
Founded in 1994, CNSI provides cloud-based systems aimed to better process medical claims, billing and health benefits.
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