Syncare, LLC CEO and Board of Directors Vice Chairwoman, Stephanie DeKemper takes ownership.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) Jan. 27, 2010 -- SynCare, LLC (www.syncarellc.com) announced today that it has completed the sale of all assets to its CEO and Board of Directors Vice Chairwoman Stephanie DeKemper.
An aggressive and well-respected consumer advocate of quality healthcare for the uninsured and under insured, DeKemper has been a supporter of SynCare’s model of disease and case management since the company’s inception in 2005.
DeKemper brings 20 years of healthcare advocacy, quality improvement, cultural competency, and outcomes driven experience to her leadership role. She currently serves on the U.S. Department of Civil Rights Indiana Commission Advisory Committee, and provides policy advice on healthcare issues to key legislative leadership. DeKemper was one of the original founders of the Indiana Minority Health Coalition where she served as CEO for 10 years. There she established the Indiana Racial and Ethnic Minority Epidemiology Research Center. She also established the Centene Foundation for Quality Healthcare.
DeKemper and her leadership team have driven exponential growth at SynCare. Selected as one of 50 small Indiana Companies to Watch in 2009, the innovative disease and case management company serves Medicaid patients on behalf of public and private insurers. Senior management includes Rachelle Davis, EVP Medical Management; Ray Broughton, EVP Business Integration and Quality; and Kelvin Matemachani, CFO.
"The strength of this company lies in a leadership team with 60 years of experience serving the Medicaid population,” noted DeKemper. “We’ve grown in this arena because we understand the culture of poverty and can provide cultural competencies in managing health issues for racial and ethnic groups. In addition, we have a deep understanding of the psycho/social issues that can create barriers to care and behavior changes.”
In January of 2010, the company’s case management population will grow from 10,000 to 180,000. The company is preparing to expand its staff by one-third to manage the growth. Current services include Syncare’s Healthy Life Program ™ that offers early screening to identify potential health issues.
New programs include:
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