Recent increase in telehealth presents UCM with opportunity to further expand and deepen partnerships with health plans and employer groups
TROY, N.Y., May 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — UCM Digital Health (UCM), a leading provider of emergency telemedicine and virtual care solutions, announces the addition of healthcare and technology executive John Kelleher to its leadership team. Kelleher will serve as Head of Customer Success, working with all clients across customer segments to ensure optimal use and consumption of UCM products and services.
Kelleher brings deep experience in healthcare technology and a record of building value by leading strategic change, establishing best-in-class technology platforms, optimizing operations and accelerating revenue growth through new product development and launch.
“John will be a tremendous asset to UCM as he brings his innovative and data-focused mindset to our team,” said Keith Algozzine, CEO and co-founder of UCM Digital Health. “He will help us rapidly adapt to changing market conditions as we find new ways to provide value to our health plan partners and employer groups.”
“It is very exciting to join the UCM team,” said Kelleher. “They are forward-thinking and have built an impressive platform that provides considerable health options through access to top-notch providers. This is a great opportunity to tie my experience in creating value out of complex data sets to prove that UCM services make a difference in access, convenience, and cost to people, health care insurers and systems, and government entities.”
Before joining UCM Digital Health, John was Chief Strategy Officer at Alliance for Better Health in Troy, NY., where he created and executed a business plan that moved the enterprise from a state-sponsored DSRIP organization to a for-profit Independent Provider Practice. Previously, John was Chief Information Officer for Glens Falls Hospital, a leading rural hospital in upstate New York; he also served as President and COO of Tribune Media Services (TMS), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Tribune Company. He holds a BA in Computer Science/Mathematics from Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York.