ChartSpan Announces Addition to Board of Directors, Alan Cohen of Blue Heron Capital & Centivo

September 12, 2019 /

(Greenville, South Carolina) – September 12, 2019 – ChartSpan, the largest chronic care management company in the U.S., has announced the addition of Alan Cohen of Blue Heron Capital and Centivo to its Board of Directors.

Alan is an investor, advisor, and Limited Partner at Blue Heron Capital, one of ChartSpan’s investors in a recent series A round capital.

Alan is currently a Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Centivo, a company that administers self-funded health plans for employers. Prior to Centivo, he was a Co-Founder of Liazon, operator of the industry’s leading private benefits exchanges for employees, and after its acquisition, he led product development and strategy across Willis Towers Watson’s exchange offerings. Alan was also a CEO and Co-Founder of Online Benefits, which was acquired by A.D.A.M., where he served as President. Prior to Online Benefits, he worked in the insurance industry for Prudential, Mass Mutual, CIGNA, and managed an insurance brokerage.

“Alan Cohen understands the inherent challenges in building complex products and delivering complex service models,” commented Jon-Michial Carter, CEO of ChartSpan. “His ability to assist and mentor our leadership team in distilling implementable marketplace strategies gives us a competitive advantage.”

“ChartSpan is fortunate to be driven by such a passionate group of people and it engaging in critically important work,” said Alan. “I look forward to working alongside ChartSpan’s team and the other board members.”

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