ActiveHealth Management Appoints Richard Noffsinger President and CEO

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- ActiveHealth Management (ActiveHealth®) today announced the appointment of Richard Noffsinger to president and chief executive officer. Noffsinger will provide executive leadership and drive growth of ActiveHealth products, including the CareEngine®, CareTeam, and care management services, as well as for Health Data and Management Solutions (HDMS), an ActiveHealth subsidiary that provides comprehensive data aggregation, reporting, analysis and consulting services. Noffsinger succeeds Gregory Steinberg, M.D. who is moving to Aetna to head Clinical Innovation.

“ActiveHealth is a pioneer in delivering evidence-based, clinical decision support and care management services supported by its CareEngine® System. I look forward to building on the company’s history of delivering innovative and industry leading health management services to help raise the quality and effectiveness of health care and improve patient outcomes,” said Noffsinger.

Noffsinger has more than 20 years of experience in health care technology business development, strategic partnerships, sales and distribution. He joins ActiveHealth from Anvita Health (formerly SafeMed), a health information technology company, where he served as president and CEO. Prior to leading Anvita Health, he served as president and chief operating officer of Amicore, a provider of electronic medical records, practice management software, and related health care information technologies. Before his work with Amicore, Noffsinger served as Group Industry Manager, Worldwide Health Care Market at Microsoft.

Noffsinger is a graduate of The University of Washington at Seattle with a degree in Business Administration.

About ActiveHealth Management

ActiveHealth Management is a leading provider of health management services, including disease management, clinical decision support and personal health records. The company's solutions, all based on its patented CareEngine® System, help individuals receive quality care and help organizations like health plans, employers, providers and health systems and government payers reduce medical costs. More than 19 million people nationwide benefit from ActiveHealth programs. Founded in 1998 and headquartered in New York City, ActiveHealth is an independent subsidiary of Aetna (NYSE: AET). For more information, please visit http://www.activehealth.net.



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