PartneraHealth Announces New Market Development Officer

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Neil Wilson brings years of healthcare provider, insurance benefits and consumer engagement expertise to PartneraHealth. He will focus on aligning those interests in markets interested in transforming to Accountable Care.

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Neil's market knowledge and subject matter expertise will be a great addition to the team. Cliff Frank CEO, PartneraHealth

John McCreedy announced today that Neil Wilson has joined PartneraHealth effective February 15, 2013, as Market Development officer. Wilson will help provide leadership in identifying new markets and executing the company’s unique Aligned Care® business model. With the support of the PartneraHealth team Wilson will provide our selected clients with solutions that maximize existing strategies to energize their transformation from volume to value while improving the patient experience, enhancing population health and reducing the per capita cost of health care.

Mr. Wilson brings over 25 years’ experience in provider contracting, benefits consulting and health insurance solutions for employers to the organization. Most recently he was at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona where he led the large group sales team. Wilson started his healthcare career at Tucson Medical Center where he served in a variety of positions before moving to the provider sponsored plan, which was subsequently acquired by Aetna. He continued with Aetna serving roles of increasing responsibility to include Regional VP of Sales prior to joining Blue Cross Blue Shield.

About PartneraHealth – PartneraHealth works with healthcare provider organizations organizing to deliver a more efficient service model by providing programs to market them directly to employers and consumers. Additional information is available at http://www.PartneraHealth.com.

About Aligned Care® - Aligned Care® Networks and Aligned Care® Centers provide access to efficient care with the goal of reducing costs to the payer while providing a better experience for the patient.

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