Marpai Health Deepens Leadership Bench With Industry Veteran
Pamela Burns Appointed as Senior Vice President of Enterprise Sales
TAMPA, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Marpai Health, a SMART health plan services company providing AI-powered third-party administration to self-insured employers, announced today the appointment of Pamela Burns as Vice President of Enterprise Sales. Ms. Burns will be focused on building Marpai’s brand with national Brokers and Consultants, Unions, Associations, Tribal, Public Sector, and School Districts. Her appointment is effective July 1, 2021.
Ms. Burns brings over 30 years of industry experience in the self-funded healthcare space. Prior to joining Marpai, Ms. Burns, Vice President of Business Development at Valenz, focused on growing Valenz’s presence in the self-funded market. With a background in PPOs, cost containment and TPAs, Ms. Burns’ prior experience in developing distribution channels will support the growth of Marpai Health’s portfolio of services to support self-funded employers on a national basis.
“We are excited to welcome Pamela to Marpai Health’s leadership team,” stated Edmundo Gonzalez, CEO of Marpai Health. “Pamela’s experience in the self-insured industry and the relationships she has in this market will enable her to strengthen our brand with key audiences and establish a leading presence for Marpai Health and the SMART Health Plan Services System.”
About Marpai Health
Marpai Health is a leader in deep learning, the most advanced artificial intelligence, and brings the first SMART Health Plan Services System to self-insured companies and their employees to improve health outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. Marpai delivers a member-centric health plan administration experience powered by deep learning and SMART automation that makes it easy for members, employers and providers to improve outcomes and save money in new ways. With deep learning, Marpai helps patients get ahead of future health risks, avoid costly procedures and access top quality care; employers reduce healthcare, reinsurance and administration costs; and providers meet changing patient demands with less administration. Marpai uses deep learning capabilities to conquer the complex challenges standing in the way of better outcomes and lower costs, and to fuel the new consumer-driven healthcare world. For more information, please visit marpaihealth.com.
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