NEW YORK, April 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ andros, the leading technology solution for healthcare provider network management, is excited to announce that healthcare industry veteran Tracy Bahl will join its Board of Directors as Executive Chairman. Bahl brings an unparalleled combination of industry leadership and investor expertise to andros, with almost 40 years’ experience in the healthcare services industry.
“I am excited to welcome Tracy to the andros Board of Directors. Tracy understands our customers’ challenges in provider relations, recruitment, and network management because he’s lived them,” said Mike Simmons, founder and CEO of andros. “His experience as an investment advisor in healthcare technology will accelerate our mission to build the industry-leading provider network management platform, allowing our customers to seamlessly build, run, and optimize their most valuable assets: the provider network.”
About Tracy Bahl
Bahl has spent his entire career in healthcare services, currently serving as an operating partner at Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, a private equity firm that exclusively focuses on healthcare and technology investments. Prior to this, Bahl served as CEO of OneOncology, a leader in the community oncology space. He led the Health Plan business for CVS Health; served as CEO of Uniprise, a division of UnitedHealth Group; and served in local, regional, and national health plan leadership roles for Cigna Healthcare.
Bahl also served as a Special Advisor at General Atlantic, a global growth equity firm, where he focused on healthcare services and technology investments. During his time at General Atlantic, he served as Executive Chairman at Emdeon (now Change Healthcare) and as a member of the board of MedExpress.
“I’m thrilled to join a company that is using data and analytics to transform healthcare administration,” Bahl said. “I plan on helping Mike and the andros team identify and seize opportunities to improve payors’, providers’, and customers’ experience across the healthcare industry.”