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SymphonyCare Expands Executive Team by Adding Industry Veteran
Bradley Case Joins Company as Chief Strategy Officer
MADISON, Wis. November 27, 2019 — SymphonyCare, a leading provider of integrated clinical and claims data solutions, today announced the addition of Bradley Case, CMPE, as its chief strategy officer (CSO). Case brings more than 28 years of heath care finance and care delivery innovation including clinical model design, lean strategies, legislative policy and technology integration.
As CSO, Case will guide and develop the company’s strategic direction and drive the company’s product and partnership development.
“Brad’s experience and knowledge is unique in that it spans across many different sides of the industry,” said Ravi Kalla, founder and CEO of SymphonyCare. “Together, we have a history of success and I see an opportunity to build on that success once again as we continue to advance our data integration capabilities and the organizations we serve.”
Case reunites with Kalla having served as chief development officer for Symphony Corporation, where he developed the processes and disciplines necessary to successfully commercialize a start-up technology platform. The effort ultimately led to an acquisition by Influence Health in 2013. Case stayed on as senior vice president and general manager at Influence Health where he led the development and dissemination of population health and patient engagement solutions and was the general manager of the clinical solutions product division.
“SymphonyCare is rapidly gaining customer traction as it continues to demonstrate its enterprise data warehouse and application technologies truly provide organizations a single source of truth for actionable insights,” said Case. “I’m looking forward to help propel the company through this next stage of growth.”
Case spent the last two years as CEO of Estrella Health, a provider of home-based care services, where he led the company through double-digit growth, entering new markets, and re-positioning the organization for risk-bearing and accountable care relationships.
At United Healthcare, Case created the clinical operating model that resulted in Lifeprint Health, United Healthcare’s first accountable care organization. He also brought Mayo Clinic’s first telehealth-enabled chronic care medical practice to fruition. Case graduated from the University of Colorado with a BA in political science and is a board-certified medical practice executive.
Headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, SymphonyCare is an innovative healthcare data management company that partners with organizations looking to improve data quality and efficiency of care. WellStack(tm), SymphonyCare’s next-generation value-based care platform, is an EMR-agnostic enterprise data warehouse that manages multiple data sources and provides a single source-of-truth to produce key cost and quality reports, visualizations and intelligence on demand. SymphonyCare’s integrated applications include Empower(tm), a patient portal and engagement suite, Navigate(tm), an award-winning population management suite and MedBeacon(tm), a comprehensive medication management suite. Together, these sets of tools enable organizations to improve patient engagement and care quality in addition to clinical, financial and operational outcomes.
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