“At a time when behavioral health increasingly integrates with the mainstream health care industry, the expertise that Charles and Ned bring will be invaluable in guiding Core Solutions forward as a behavioral health solutions leader."
Wayne, PA (PRWEB) April 11, 2012
Core Solutions, a leading provider of Electronic Health Record solutions for the behavioral health and human services industry, today announced the appointment of Charles Curie and Ned Moore to Core Solutions’ Board of Directors.
“We are pleased to welcome these seasoned executives to our board at such a pivotal point in Core Solutions’ growth,” said Ravi Ganesan, President of Core Solutions. “At a time when behavioral health increasingly integrates with the mainstream health care industry, the expertise that Charles and Ned bring will be invaluable in guiding Core Solutions forward as a behavioral health solutions leader. They each bring significant industry accomplishments, and the powerful combination of their vision and insight on behavioral health will be instrumental to the success of our aggressive market strategy.”
Charles Curie has more than 25 years of leadership experience in the mental health and substance abuse arena. He has earned national recognition through his core commitment to provide people with addictive and mental disorders the opportunity to realize the dream of full participation in American society. He is the principal and founder of The Curie Group, LLC, a management consulting firm specializing in supporting leaders in the mental health and substance use treatment and prevention areas. In 2001, he was appointed as administrator of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). From 2001-2006, he led the $3.4 billion federal agency, which is charged with improving accountability, capacity, and effectiveness of the nation’s substance abuse prevention, addictions treatment, and mental health services. Previously, Curie served as deputy secretary for mental health and substance abuse services for the Department of Public Welfare of the State of Pennsylvania. During his tenure there, he implemented a nationally recognized mental health and drug and alcohol Medicaid managed care program.
Ned Moore has been active in the health care industry for more than 10 years, working closely to help health care payers apply technology in ways that help them realize efficiencies and maximize their investments. Moore was a key visionary behind the Portico Platform. He served as chairman, chief executive officer, and co-founder of Portico Systems before its acquisition by McKesson in 2011. Post acquisition, Moore is vice president of network performance management at McKesson. Prior to founding Portico Systems, he helped companies in the information technology, real estate, and distribution industries to leverage and build customer relationships and achieve financial and operational excellence. Moore is a member of the board of directors of the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale, where he also serves as the chairman of the Robert G. Hamilton Endowment Fund. He has been recognized by the Eastern Technology Council as the 2008 Technology CEO of the Year, was a recipient of the 2007 Philadelphia Business Journal Forty under Forty award, and was named a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® 2009 Greater Philadelphia.
About Core Solutions, Inc.
CORE SOLUTIONS, INC. (Core) is a behavioral software solutions firm with a focus on the soft skills that drive technology success. Headquartered outside of Philadelphia, Core has been providing enterprise software solutions to clients in the behavioral health and human services industries across the country for more than a decade. The company’s solutions securely automate the collection, distribution, processing, reporting and analysis of administrative, financial and clinical client data for internal staff and external stakeholders. For more information, please call 610-687-6080 or visit us at http://www.coresolutionsinc.com.