Signify Health expects to hire 180 healthcare call center professionals in its Dallas and Rapid City, SD offices
Signify Health's Chief People Officer Susan Yun is featured in the Rapid City Journal discussing our workforce expansion in our Dallas and Rapid City, SD offices.
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DALLAS and NEW YORK (August 25, 2021) — Signify Health, Inc. (NYSE: SGFY), a leading value-based healthcare platform that leverages advanced analytics, technology and nationwide healthcare provider networks, today announced the appointment of Arnold Goldberg as an independent member of its board of directors, serving on the audit committee. Most recently serving as Senior Vice President, Chief Product Architect and Senior Technologist at PayPal, Mr. Goldberg brings deep knowledge of platform architecture and product strategy to Signify Health, as well as valuable experience leading and scaling teams of technologists for some of the biggest and most groundbreaking technology companies of the past two decades.
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Making the transition from college to the workplace during the pandemic has presented a unique set of challenges for GenZ'ers. Signify Health employee Lizzie Schmidt talks about her experience, from her first days as an intern through graduation to becoming one of our newest product management colleagues.
Applied Clinical Trials published an article co-written by Signify Health's Chief Medical Officer Marc Rothman, MD and Mignon Loh, MD, Children's Oncology Group All Committee Chair, that examines how bringing clinical trials to patients' homes can address existing site-based challenges.
Regence is expanding its value-based care program and welcoming Washington state's largest healthcare purchaser
Regence BlueShield is expanding its value-based care program by adding more covered services and welcoming Washington Health Care Authority (HCA), the state's largest healthcare purchaser, which provides health insurance to 363,000 state employees and retirees.
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