Annie McCoy Joins ChartSpan as Chief Growth Officer

September 9, 2019 /

Annie McCoy

(Greenville, South Carolina) – September 9, 2019 – ChartSpan, the leading provider of fully-managed chronic care management programs in the U.S, today announced the appointment of Annie McCoy as its new Chief Growth Officer.

Annie was most recently Vice President and Managing Principal with The Advisory Board Company, which was acquired by Optum/UnitedHealth Group in 2017. During her time there, she was responsible for value delivery and growth across a portfolio of national and strategic accounts. Her sales and account management duties included oversight of some of the largest healthcare organizations in the U.S.

Annie earned her Masters of Health Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Georgetown University.

“Annie is a deeply experienced healthcare strategist,” commented Jon-Michial, CEO of ChartSpan. “We are excited to utilize her experience in driving outstanding client satisfaction and growth in new business sales. Annie brings decades of experience working with providers and driving success across technology-enabled service offerings and process change.”

“It is a privilege to join the ChartSpan team,” commented Annie. “ChartSpan’s founders have assembled great talent and developed the technologies required to serve vulnerable patient populations through collaborative relationships with dedicated physicians and their teams. We are deeply committed to positively inflecting the cost and quality curve for our partners.”

Annie McCoy will be leading multiple departments at ChartSpan including Client Experience, Sales, Quality Services and Marketing.

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