Senior Management Team
Connie L. Moser
Vice President, Enterprise Intelligence Solutions, McKesson Provider Technologies
Connie Moser is Vice President of McKesson Enterprise Intelligence, a division of McKesson Corporation. She is responsible for leading the merger and acquisition of MedVentive by McKesson, the overall performance and strategic direction of MedVentive, and managing MedVentive's day-to-day business operations. Connie brings to this position more than 22 years of experience in the healthcare industry at McKesson. Her expertise includes implementation, consultation and design of customer-driven product strategy for surgical services, materials management, enterprise scheduling solutions, analytics and more. In addition, she has been responsible for the development of custom solutions for clients, execution of sales strategy for large clinical enterprises, and deployment of partnership strategies for McKesson. Connie has served as a board member for the Competency and Credentialing Institute, been a featured speaker at healthcare industry conferences, testified before the ONC HIT Policy Committee on Meaningful Use Measurement, and represents McKesson as a member of the National Quality Forum (NQF). She received a BA degree from Ripon College and an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School.
Vice President, Population Health and Risk Management Sales
Andrew Blackmon joined MedVentive in 2011, bringing more than 15 yearsof experience in healthcare product sales, marketing and strategy. Following the McKesson acquisition in 2012, he now leads the sales and marketing team at McKesson that is responsible for Population Health and Risk Management solutions sales to providers and payers. Prior to joining MedVentive, he served as Regional Vice President and Vice President of Enterprise Solutions Development at MedAssets. From 2002-2006 he was Vice President of Solution Line Management for McKesson. He is a past president of the Georgia chapter of HIMSS and has held strategy and product planning positions at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Orlando Health. He has an MBA and a Master’s of Health Administration (MHS) degrees from the University of Florida Warrington College of Business, and a BA in Psychology.
Nancy G. Brown
Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, McKesson Technology Solutions
Nancy G. Brown, Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for McKesson Technology Solutions, has more than 25 years of experience in clinical research and automating clinical information systems, combining management, consulting and information technology skills. At McKesson, she is responsible for helping the company develop, acquire and apply new capabilities that position it to lead the industry and accelerate its Better Health 2020™ strategy, helping healthcare networks reduce costs, coordinate care, assume more risk and manage complex payment models.
Previously, Brown was Chief Growth Officer at MedVentive, which was acquired by McKesson in 2012. Before joining MedVentive, she served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Development of athenahealth and was responsible for identifying opportunities that drive growth and operational improvements. She also held the position of Senior Vice President of Clinical Service and spearheaded the creation of athenahealth’s clinical product line. Prior to joining athenahealth in 2004, she was a senior vice president at McKesson Corporation, focused on marketing and strategic planning. She joined McKesson in 1999 when it acquired a company she co-founded, Abaton.com, a provider of internet-based clinical solutions for the ambulatory market. Earlier, she spent eight years at Harvard Community Health Plan where she held several senior management roles. Brown earned a BS at the University of New Hampshire, and an MBA from Northeastern University.
Chief Technology Officer
Bernard Chien has nearly 20 years of in-depth technology experience in healthcare and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) systems. As Chief Technology Officer (CTO), he is responsible for the overall direction and management of the architecture, design, development and operation of the systems that create and deliver MedVentive’s products and services. He began his career as an enterprise architect for Sapient, building mission-critical systems for Fortune 500 companies. He then founded a successful e-commerce company, Savant, which he grew and merged into IntraLinks. At IntraLinks, he led the development of a pioneering SaaS application, which by 2012 had more than 1 million registered users. As Senior Vice President of Technology at IntraLinks, he led technology, product and market innovations to achieve 50 percent annual compounded growth. Later, at athenahealth, he focused on workflow management and enterprise implementations. Most recently, he served as CTO at Radisphere, a national radiology group revolutionizing radiology for community hospitals and systems, where he introduced new technologies to improve business continuity, customer service and business analytics. He has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Michael F. DeSimone
Vice President Business Development
Mike DeSimone joined MedVentive in 2010. He is responsible for providing the strategy, direction, and management of business partnerships and channel distribution for the organization. He also explores and develops relationships to provide innovative solutions within the healthcare industry. He has been in the healthcare and benefit informatics business for 20 years working for national and international organizations such as IMS Health and Assurant Benefits. Most recently, he was Director of Payer Solutions at IMS where he was responsible for data acquisition and strategic partnerships. He has a BA in Economics from Merrimack College and an MA in Economics from the Whittemore School of Business & Economics at the University of New Hampshire.
Jonathan M. Niloff, MD, FACOG, FRCS, FACS, FACPE
Founder and Chief Medical Officer
Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Niloff is also an Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School. Prior to joining MedVentive, he served as President of the Beth Israel Deaconess Physicians Organization, Medical Director for Obstetrics and Gynecology for its Affiliated Physicians Group, and Chief of Gynecology at New England Deaconess Hospital. He has deep expertise in all aspects of medical cost and quality improvement, and has published extensively on the topic of gynecologic oncology including the development of the CA125 test for ovarian cancer. He received his undergraduate education at The Johns Hopkins University, an MD degree from McGill University, and an MBA degree from Boston University.
Senior Vice President, Operations
Terry Zysk comes to MedVentive with an extensive record of success in directing corporate technology operations for organizations in the healthcare, software, and IT hardware sectors. Prior to joining MedVentive, she served as Chief Technology Officer for Health Dialog, a leading provider of care management, healthcare analytics, and decision support. From 2005 to 2008, she served as Vice President of Provisioning Business & Operations at Sentillion, the largest vendor of healthcare identity and access management software. In addition, she has executive experience at several companies, including RulesPower, Xevo Corp., and Atex Media Solutions. A resident of New Hampshire, she possesses degrees in Organizational Management and Computer Science, and is a member of Massachusetts Health Data Consortium and an associate of the Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Healthcare Industry Foundation (WBL).