Who wants to be adequate?
Healthcare can do better… a lot better.
“Network adequacy” refers to the federal or state standards established for health plans to guarantee they meet certain criteria, such as sufficient number and type of health care providers.
Professional, credentialed staff is the backbone of our healthcare system. Adequate is not good enough to reach quadruple aim standards (Population Health, Cost Reduction, Patient Experience, and Care Team Wellbeing). andros is on a mission to unlock quadruple aim possibilities through state of the art network design, build, curation, and monitoring solutions.
I’m excited about unlocking the potential of the proprietary andros technology to meet the changing needs of our customers.
I officially joined andros on July 1st, and I can’t begin to express how thrilled I am to be here. The first few weeks have been exciting and full of discovery. I’ve met an incredible team of dedicated individuals who have poured their talent and expertise into the creation of high-quality products for our valued customers. It’s heartening to find such a strong foundation already in place, which certainly fuels my optimism for our shared future.
I’m a firm believer that our collective intelligence can shape strategies and create breakthroughs. To this end, I’ve been engaging with our internal teams, as well as reaching out to our customers. The goal is simple: to better understand the strategies ahead, and to facilitate the next exciting chapter in our journey together.
andros has a unique edge in network development and credentialing. The future calls for tailored, dynamic networks of clinical staff that flex to the unique needs of the populations they serve. I’m excited about unlocking the potential of the proprietary andros technology to meet the changing needs of our customers. The key here is to leverage ever-evolving data through purpose built tools. This will empower customers with configurable, robust solution offerings from andros.
As we stride into this exciting future, it’s essential to remember the importance of building strong relationships with our customers, partners, and investors. I believe our deep expertise, when shared strategically, can create significant value for our clients. Moreover, post-pandemic, we’re looking forward to facilitating face-to-face interactions and knowledge-sharing sessions that can benefit everyone.
Looking further ahead, I want to ensure that andros plays an active role in shaping the future of healthcare. Collaborative thought leadership paired with innovative solutions will lead the way. It all starts with the blend of strong technology assets and industry expertise.
Finally, I’d like to share a bit about my approach to leadership. I strive for simplicity and alignment. I aim to keep things straightforward, focusing on our high-level goals and ensuring everyone is rowing in the same direction. Results through authenticity is vital. It means being real, doing what we say we’re going to do, and delivering on our commitments. This is the ethos that I intend to bring to my role as CEO.
It means being real, doing what we say we’re going to do, and delivering on our commitments.
Adequate is such a low bar. Let’s aim for GREAT! I’m truly excited about our journey together on a mission for great results for customers and patients.
Thank you for your continued trust in andros.
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