SCAN Health Plan Appoints Nancy Monk Chief Risk Officer

LONG BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- SCAN Health Plan has named managed healthcare executive Nancy Monk to the newly created role of chief risk officer, effective immediately. In this position Monk will report to president and CEO Chris Wing as well as to the audit and compliance committee of the SCAN board of directors. She will be responsible for compliance, internal audit and risk management for the not-for-profit health plan.

“We are fortunate to have someone with Nancy’s extensive experience in healthcare policy and compliance join our leadership team,” said Wing. “The Medicare marketplace is increasingly complex and will become even more so given healthcare reform and the aging of our population. We will look to Nancy to help ensure that SCAN continues to be well positioned in our efforts to fulfill our mission of serving seniors and others on Medicare.”

Before joining SCAN, Monk served as senior vice president of regulatory and public affairs for UnitedHealthcare where she led the regulatory and compliance activities in 13 western states. Immediately prior Monk was vice president of state government affairs for PacifiCare Health Systems where she was accountable for the company’s state government relations and compliance programs. She also previously served as assistant vice president of government relations for National Medical Enterprises (now Tenet Healthcare).

Monk holds a master’s degree in public health as well as an MBA, both from the University of California, Los Angeles. She earned her bachelor’s degree at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA. Monk is a board member of the Institute for Health Care Advancement and a member/mentor volunteer for the UCLA School of Public Health, Health Policy and Planning Alumni Association.

Added Wing, “Nancy brings a passion for excellence that aligns well with our mission and a focus that will help ensure we continue to be a highly compliant and high-quality health plan.”

For 35 years, SCAN Health Plan has been focusing on the unique needs of seniors and is now the country’s fourth largest not-for-profit Medicare Advantage plan. The company currently has nearly 130,000 members in California and Arizona. Further information may be obtained at scanhealthplan.com.



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KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  California

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Seniors  Health  Professional Services  Insurance  Consumer  General Health  Managed Care

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