Press Release: Telligen Welcomes Tom McGraw as Vice President of Growth and Business Development

Telligen is pleased to welcome Tom McGraw to the company’s executive leadership team as vice president of growth and business development. In this role, Tom will be responsible for leading growth initiatives in the health plan market.

Tom brings more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, many in executive leadership roles. He has business development experience in federal, state, employer and health plan markets, with his expertise being in business operations, consulting, health IT and medical review.

As vice president of growth and business development, Tom will work with health plans, partners, clients and prospective clients as a consultative leader on national and regional trends in private and public health insurance. He will be responsible for delivering products and solutions that improve health and reduce costs for Telligen’s clients.

“Tom’s understanding of the health plan market, state and federal health programs, and emerging health and healthcare trends will help Telligen expand our work, accelerate our growth and further deliver on our mission to transform lives by improving health,” said Jeff Chungath, Telligen CEO.

Prior to joining Telligen, Tom worked for various health plans and healthcare firms, including Secure Exchange Solutions, MAXIMUS and Optum, and has been directly responsible for managing client relationships, sales, product development and new market launches.

“I am very excited to be joining a company that is improving health outcomes for millions of people nationwide,” said Tom.  “I look forward to helping expand the industry impact of Telligen’s cost-effective health management approaches, healthcare staff expertise, and strong healthcare data management and analytics solutions.” Read the full release here.

Source: Telligen Welcomes Tom McGraw as Vice President of Growth and Business Development – December 16, 2021. Telligen.

Telligen was named to the list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector in 2020 and for years to come.

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