ProgenyHealth® Welcomes Ann Kent as Chief Growth Officer
Plymouth Meeting, PA, January 13, 2020 – ProgenyHealth, LLC, today announces the appointment of Ann Kent to the newly created position of Chief Growth Officer. ProgenyHealth’s comprehensive utilization management, case management, and Payment Validation & Assurance enable health plans and large employers to improve health outcomes and reduce claims costs in the care of premature and medically complex infants. Ms. Kent will be responsible for all strategic and tactical initiatives focused on revenue expansion and new market penetration, including direct oversight of the company’s sales and marketing functions.
Ms. Kent comes to ProgenyHealth with over 25 years of business development and operations management experience. Most recently, she served as Senior Vice President of Growth with Tivity Health where she led sales acquisition, client retention, and revenue expansion efforts. Her healthcare experience also includes executive roles involving brain injury rehabilitation, home health care, physician practice groups, and specialty benefit management.
Commenting on the hire, Ellie Stang, MD, ProgenyHealth’s Founder and CEO, states that, “Our sole mission at ProgenyHealth is to ensure that premature and medically complex newborns have the best possible health outcome. Our data-driven, clinical best-practices approach uniquely supports newborns and their families during the ﬁrst year of life. At this significant stage in the growth of our business, we are so excited to be adding Ann Kent to our executive team as our Chief Growth Officer. Ann is a seasoned, process driven executive, with a proven track record of growing, mentoring and supporting her teams to exceed their targeted sales goals and objectives. Her passion for our mission is palpable and we are very excited to have her talent and expertise joining the Progeny team.”
About ProgenyHealth, LLC
ProgenyHealth, LLC, is the only national company dedicated exclusively to NICU utilization management and case management. Our neonatologists, pediatricians, NICU/pediatric nurses, and social workers collaborate with providers on behalf of Medicaid and commercial health plans, as well as large employers, to ensure health care services follow evidence-based best practices and are medically necessary. ProgenyHealth’s integrated program has proven effective in managing over 70,000 NICU cases, in over 1,400 hospitals, in all 50 states. We are measurably improving health outcomes for premature and medically complex newborns and delivering quantifiable cost savings to our partners in any payment environment. For more information, visit www.progenyhealth.com
Chris Rosa, Director of Marketing