myNexus, Inc. a leading Post-Acute Technology and Home-Based Services company, based in Nashville, TN, announced today that Scott Vasey will be joining the company’s leadership team as Senior Vice President, Network & Business Development.

Scott’s career comprises 25 years of involvement with Health Insurance, Health Services, and Post-Acute Provider organizations. Scott was instrumental in the development and management of care delivery systems with United Healthcare and UPMC. While with Optum he was responsible for designing and implementing products that improved quality and affordability for Health Insurance customers, back office operations, and value-based relationships between insurers and ACOs. Most recently, as SVP of Strategy, at Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY), the largest not-for-profit Homecare Agency in the United States, Scott, an industry pioneer, led a corporate transformation to value-based care models. In this role, he also led VNSNY’s managed care contracting, customer/partner solution development, enterprise performance improvement, innovation, and government program strategy including, grants, NY DSRIP PPS programs, and CMS bundled payments.

In addition to his corporate roles, Scott is a distinguished panel speaker in the Post-Acute-Care arena focusing on value-based relationships and risk-based quality driven platforms, and has been featured in the Visiting Nurse Association of America (now Elevating Home) and National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) events, as well as New York State home care, post-acute, and care management symposia.

“We are thrilled to add Scott to our deep and experienced Senior Management Team. He brings a unique skill set to the table, from both the Health Insurance and Provider world, that fuels his passion for innovating how the industry thinks about Post-Acute Care” said myNexus CEO McArthur VanOsdale. “We know he will add significant value as we continue to innovate broader Post-Acute and community-based capabilities.”

“I’m excited to join the leadership team at myNEXUS. The depth of talent, entrepreneurial spirit and passion for growth, helping to solve challenging problems in the Post-Acute space, make me hopeful about the future of healthcare in our country” offered Scott.

Scott holds a BA from the University of Pittsburgh where he also did post graduate work in Social Work and Law. He has earned his Six Sigma Black Belt and is Lean Certified. He and his wife Jill have five children and live in New Jersey.

myNEXUS which was launched in 2014 is now managing home-based benefits for health plans in 16 states, for nearly 500,000 individual members. The Company has been a pioneer at lowering costs while improving quality outcomes in the Post-Acute and Home-Based service arena. myNEXUS was recognized by The Brookings Institution for transforming healthcare through innovative care delivery models.

For more information on myNEXUS, please visit the Company’s Website at www.mynexuscare.com

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Company Name: MyNEXUS
Contact Person: McArthur VanOsdale
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 866-828-0337
Address:109 Westpark Drive, Suite 180
City: Brentwood
State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Website: www.mynexuscare.com/


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