The leadership and experience of our new RVPs will fast track our business development efforts. -- L. Allen Dobson, Jr., MD
RALEIGH, N.C. (PRWEB) January 24, 2018
Community Care of North Carolina, Inc. (CCNC) is pleased to announce the appointment of three new Regional Vice Presidents. Tammie McLean, Tara Kinard and Jennifer Wehe-Davis have been named to these regional roles. These newly established positions are designed to streamline and solidify the company’s statewide infrastructure as well as serve as key leadership representatives in building strategic partnerships across the state in support of the CCNC program.
“I’m pleased to appoint proven leaders with hands-on experience in managing and providing strategic direction in their respective CCNC networks,” said L. Allen Dobson, Jr., MD, president and CEO of CCNC, Inc. “They intimately understand the importance of local relationships and leveraging resources to improve provider satisfaction and optimize patient outcomes. Their leadership and experience will fast track our business development efforts.”
The new regional vice presidents will play dual roles, continuing to lead their local CCNC networks while directing regional business strategies for CCNC’s Central Office in Raleigh. Geographically, the three vice presidents represent the eastern (Tammie McLean - Pinehurst), western (Jennifer Wehe-Davis - Asheville) and central (Tara Kinard - Raleigh) regions of the state.
From the mountains to the coast, from large cities to small towns, Community Care of North Carolina is transforming health care. Informed by statewide data and predictive analytics, community-based care-managers work with local primary care physicians and diverse teams of health professionals to develop whole-person plans of care that connect people to the right local resources. We advance patient-centered practice models and connect different segments of the local health systems. This proven population health management approach delivers better health outcomes at lower costs. For more information, see http://www.communitycarenc.org.