Karen Pilley Named Chief Operating Officer at MAP Health Management, LLC

February 11, 2015   Chris Gates

Austin, TX, Feb. 11, 2015 – MAP Health Management, LLC, a provider of outcome data, aftercare programs and revenue cycle management for addiction treatment facilities, announced today that Karen Pilley has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer. Ms. Pilley will be responsible for implementing MAP’s significant growth in its aftercare, data and revenue cycle operations.


Ms. Pilley is an industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience in the areas of health care billing/collection, revenue cycle management, and government and managed care payer regulation and compliance. Most recently she served as Executive Vice President of MAP’s Billing Division, where she led a team of reimbursement professionals responsible for implementing end-to-end billing solutions that improve operational efficiencies for treatment facilities.

“Karen’s leadership abilities, strategic thinking and business acumen has had a significant influence on our business since she joined our organization in late 2013,” said Jacob Levenson, CEO of MAP Health Management, LLC. “She will continue to play an instrumental role in our efforts to increase positive patient outcomes and empower treatment providers with data so they can navigate the evolving healthcare paradigm.”

Ms. Pilley has held positions with Virtual Radiology, a network of onsite and teleradiology physicians; SPI Healthcare, one of the largest revenue cycle management organizations with more than 500 employees located in Chicago and Manila; and US Oncology, as the Vice President of Reimbursement Services. She is a certified coder and licensed instructor with the AAPC. She is also affiliated with the Medical Group Management Association, the American Health Information Management Association, the Radiology Business Management Association and the Healthcare Billing and Management Association. She has a nursing degree from Lewis A. Wilson School of Nursing in New York.

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