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Dr. John Mach Appointed Chief Medical Officer at XLHealth
Date:7/6/2009

BALTIMORE, July 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- XLHealth, owner of one of the nation's largest Medicare chronic condition special needs plans and a leader in improving the quality of care for seniors with chronic illness, today announced the appointment of John R. Mach, Jr., M.D., to chief medical officer effective August 1, 2009.

Prior to his appointment at XLHealth, Dr. Mach served as chairman and CEO of United HealthCare's Evercare healthplans, the business unit that owns and manages all of United's Medicare special needs plans. While at United HealthCare, Dr. Mach also served as chief medical officer of United HealthCare's Ovations subsidiary, the largest company in the United States dedicated to meeting the health and well-being of people age 50 and older.

As chief medical officer for XLHealth and its Care Improvement Plus Medicare plans, Dr. Mach will be responsible for all clinical program development, medical management and quality improvement efforts within XLHealth. His broad experience as a practicing physician and health plan executive will help XLHealth to continue to provide innovative approaches to support physicians and coordinate the care of chronically ill patients.

"We are privileged to have John Mach join us at XLHealth," said XLHealth's Chairman and CEO Frederick C. Dunlap.

"John is a physician executive with outstanding credentials and a deep understanding of the special needs of our member population. We look forward to working with him as we continue to bring the highest quality of care to the members we serve."

"I have followed XLHealth's development from a disease management company, to a fledging Medicare health plan in 2006, to one of the leading Medicare special needs plans operating in the United States," said Dr. Mach. "I think that XLHealth's model of care, combined with its ability to remain intensely focused on the needs of this special p
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