MCM Solutions for Better Health Announces Organizational Change
CHICAGO, IL – MCM, a national leader in providing population health management services, is pleased to announce organizational changes in the Sales/Marketing and Client Services Department. The changes reflect MCM’s goal of being the market leader in offering innovative and cost effective medical management solutions for health care payers.
Mike O’Connor, President, stated, “I made the decision to restructure the Sales/Marketing and Client Services Department so that we will have a significant national presence and provide the highest degree of superior service to our rapidly expanding client base.”
To carry out this mission of superior service and innovation in medical management and cost containment, the following people have joined the MCM team:
Brian Vervynck, Senior Vice President of Sales/Marketing and Client Services: Brian brings a well-rounded background of health care related experience. In this new role, Brian will lead the sales and client services functions and serve as a member of the senior management group.
Bob Kellam, Vice President of Health and Welfare Services: MCM has served Taft-Hartley Trusts and Health & Welfare Funds since its founding in 1986. Bob has had a distinguished career in which he led the Health and Welfare services group of a major health plan. In his new role at MCM, he will provide sales and client service expertise to this important client base.
Marla Morland, Vice President of Sales, Eastern Region: In her new role at MCM, Marla will be responsible for generating new sales opportunities in the Eastern region of the country. Marla has held key positions in health care companies and will be an incredible asset for MCM in the development of new business.
Gina Coyle, Director of Client Services: Throughout her career Gina has focused on providing account management services for health care payers. In her new role at MCM, Gina will be in charge of providing client services on a national basis and will bring a new dimension to MCM’s already superior client service program.
A pioneer in medical management, MCM was founded in 1986 to meet the care management needs of self-funded plans, Taft-Hartley Trusts, associations, and claims payers. MCM provides its partners “Solutions for Better Health” that address the challenge of rising health costs with sophisticated risk identification, care management across the entire continuum of care, and the promotion of better health. MCM serves over 500 health plans representing over one-half million members on a nationwide basis. For more information on our new leadership, please visit: www.medicalcost.com/about/leadership/