Saint Augustine once quoted: “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” The moment I came to know that I was next in line for the US visit, I was on cloud nine. After a month-long preparation, I was finally departing for Boston, Massachusetts, USA. It was a […]
The departure date of my flight to the US for the visit to Deerwalk office headquarters was a bright Sunday morning. I had never been to the US before, so I was both nervous and excited, as it was my first time traveling such a great distance alone. I was hoping for a pleasant journey and was not disappointed.
Boston, MA – Deerwalk Incorporated (www.deerwalk.com) announced today that Scott MacEwen has been appointed Sr. VP of Client Strategies. In this role, Scott will be working with Deerwalk’s customers to better understand each client’s strategy and what Deerwalk can do to help them execute it. Scott previously served as Deerwalk’s Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing and has been in the employee benefits business with carriers, TPAs and brokers for more than 30 years, including a long stint as President of Kanawha Health Solutions, a third-party administrator based in South Carolina.
Looking forward to the next stage of his outstanding career, Scott comments “Many stakeholders in healthcare are underutilizing analytics in managing their business. We have the most robust population health analytics platform on the market to solve that issue, and so in this new role I will be working side-by-side with our customers to help them maximize the utility of our platform in order to achieve their organizational goals and better manage their risk portfolio. I look forward to working with all of our clients in this valuable role.”
January 2016. With 2016 bringing new trends and changes to the Population Health Management space, Deloitte has identified six major analytic trends for 2016 influencing the “everywhere analytics” world…”where analytics, science, data, and reasoning are embedded into the decision-making process, every day, everywhere in the organization.”
My ticket to Boston was finalized and scheduled for December 30, 2015, making my arrival date New Year’s Eve (December 31, 2015). I had mixed feelings about reaching the US on such a day, and was prepared to celebrate the new year jet-lagged and drowsing off in bed.
Pasco County is a sunny metropolitan county located just outside Tampa, Florida. In 2000 to 2010, Pasco County jumped to the 12th most populous county in the country, with a population rising roughly 35%.
Professional Communication Club (PCC) has been a good platform for improving communication skills at Deerwalk. This year, Deertalk, a public speaking contest amongst employees, drew great enthusiasm from the participants as well as from the audiences. Though the year 2015 saw many challenges like the devastating earthquake and the border blockade, Deertalk has continued its mission of communication betterment in the company.
Boston, MA – Deerwalk Incorporated (www.deerwalk.com) announced today that Tim Huke has joined the firm to provide executive sales leadership and further expand Deerwalk’s portfolio of regional and national accounts. Tim joins Deerwalk as Senior VP of Sales and Marketing, and comes with a wealth of experience, having spent over 22 years in the healthcare analytics and cost containment industry.
Tim comes to Deerwalk most recently from Change Healthcare (formerly Emdeon), where he spent over 3 years as Vice President of Payment Integrity Sales. Prior to Emdeon, Tim spent 10 years of his career at TC3 Health, Inc. as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. During this time, Tim helped evolve TC3 from a small, start up healthcare firm, to a national leader providing claims cost management solutions to over 120 payer clients nationwide.
The executive members of Corporate Activity Club (CAC) for the year 2015 are delighted to have successfully organized several events during the past calendar year in spite of logistical and technical difficulties wrought by the great earthquake of April/May. Members from cross-functional teams in the Deerwalk family took active interest in all the events organized by the club evident from a large number of participants for each event.
My journey from Kathmandu began on November 22 and, after flying for more than 24 hours, I reached Boston. Since I had heard that it is very cold in Boston during winter, I had packed my luggage with warm clothes and snow boots. I hoped that there would be snow when I reached Boston but when my plane landed I was quite sad to realize that I was the only person at the airport wearing winter gear. Anyway, my sadness turned to happiness when I met Sanjeev Tuladhar and Manish Luintel who took me to Sanjeev’s apartment.