MAP Health Management appoints new VP to assist in growing its treatment provider partnerships
June 28, 2018, Austin, TX - MAP Health Management announced today that Brandon Greenberg has recently been appointed to a new role as Vice President of Provider Network Development. Brandon is responsible for growing MAP’s payer-driven partnerships with addiction treatment providers. MAP has made significant progress contracting with health insurance plans throughout the country to deliver its tech-enabled and scalable peer recovery support services and outcomes tracking for individuals and families seeking long-term recovery from addiction.
In addition to his more than four years at MAP, Brandon has had a long and successful career in the healthcare industry with organizations such as the MD Anderson Cancer Center, US Oncology (McKesson Corporation), and Beacon Navigation Group. Brandon will leverage his more than 15 years of experience in business development, revenue cycle and bioinformatics to facilitate long-term strategic partnerships with both addiction treatment facilities and hospital systems to provide post-discharge peer recovery support to patients after they leave the acute provider’s care. Through delivery of peer recovery support services, MAP also collects and structures clinical treatment outcomes data which is being utilized by health insurance plans to inform value-based care and other alternative payment models in the addiction treatment field.
“Brandon has been an asset at MAP for many years and we are excited to have Brandon transition into this important role. Brandon has extensive relationships in both the addiction treatment field and with hospital systems. He is already doing a great job forging partnerships with quality treatment providers to improve outcomes.” Said Jared Smith, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at MAP.
About MAP Health Management, LLC.
From its inception in 2011, MAP’s mission has been to improve outcomes for the millions of people annually diagnosed and treated for the chronic disease of addiction, formally referred to as Substance Use Disorder. MAP delivers a much-needed long-term support model by deploying a suite of proprietary solutions including tech-enabled peer recovery support services, an adaptive engagement framework, outcomes reporting, and predictive analytics – all designed to improve health outcomes for individuals and reduce preventable healthcare cost. For more information, visit https://www.thisismap.com.