Solera recruits former CMS Chief Medical Officer to serve as CMO

“Solera Health today announced that the former chief medical officer of the U.S. Medicaid program, Andrey Ostrovsky, MD, will be joining the company as its chief medical officer and vice president of behavioral health. Solera has continued to expand its platform capabilities to support a diverse ecosystem of community and digital network partners, while matching health plan members to a curated network of chronic condition prevention and management, social determinants of health and behavioral health providers. In his new position, Dr. Ostrovsky will play a significant role in shaping the next phase of the company’s strategic evolution which will include an emphasis on behavioral health and substance use disorder.”

“Dr. Ostrovsky brings to the role a wealth of healthcare policy, technology, operations, and behavioral health experience. Most recently, he was responsible for leading an addiction treatment center, Concerted Care Group, situated at the front lines of the opioid use disorder crisis in Baltimore, Maryland. Previously he held an executive position at the U.S. Medicaid program, the nation’s largest health insurer, with an annual budget of almost $600 billion and coverage of almost 75 million low-income Americans and people with disabilities…” Read the full press release here.

Source: Solera Health Appoints Dr. Andrey Ostrovsky as Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Behavioral Health – January 7, 2019. PR Newswire.

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