Felice Tucker Joins ProgenyHealth as Senior Vice President of Client Success
Healthcare industry veteran to build and expand performance-driven relationships with plan partners
Plymouth Meeting, PA, December 10, 2018 – ProgenyHealth, a national leader in delivering comprehensive NICU utilization management (UM) and case management (CM) solutions, has appointed Felice Tucker to the position of Senior Vice President of Client Success. ProgenyHealth’s integrated services support families, providers, and health plans nationwide in improving outcomes for premature and medically complex infants and reducing system costs.
Ms. Tucker has over twenty-five years of experience in healthcare management that includes leadership positions with both provider organizations and health plans across the country. Prior to joining ProgenyHealth, Ms. Tucker served as the Vice President of Account Management within Aetna’s ActiveHealth Management Division, a population health data analytics initiative that encompassed Maternity / Women’s Programs and NICU Family Support.
In her new role, Ms. Tucker is responsible for customer-focused strategic planning, account management, and building enduring partnerships with the company’s growing client base. She leads a team of professionals charged with ensuring that all clients realize maximum value from ProgenyHealth’s comprehensive NICU UM, CM, and analytics services.
Commenting on the hire, Ellie Stang, MD, ProgenyHealth’s Founder, President, and Chief Operating Officer, states that, “For well over a decade, our solution has delivered a consistent and quantifiable ROI for our plan partners throughout the constant changes in the healthcare system. We are very excited to add Ms. Tucker to our leadership team as we work to strengthen our current customer relationships and continue solving the many challenges of NICU population health management.”
ProgenyHealth is the only national company dedicated exclusively to NICU Utilization Management and Case Management. Our team takes a holistic approach to working with plans, providers, and families throughout the NICU baby’s First Year of Life. ProgenyHealth’s neonatologists, NICU nurses, pediatric nurses, and social workers work collaboratively with providers to ensure health care services follow evidence-based best practices and are medically necessary. Families become active participants in the health care decision making process by working closely with the ProgenyHealth clinical team.
ProgenyHealth has successfully managed thousands of NICU infants and delivered positive results to all of our health plan partners. Working with over 1,300 hospitals and 6,000 providers nationwide, we are measurably improving health outcomes for premature and medically complex newborns. For more information on our programs and services, please visit www.progenyhealth.com
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