Collective Health has appointed Max Mancini as its Chief Technology Officer, to oversee the company’s software development and technical operations while furthering Collective Health’s mission to enhance the healthcare experience.
Collective Health’s products and technology transform employee healthcare for over a quarter of a million members across all 50 states. Now under Mancini's leadership the company aims to further accelerate its integration of cutting-edge technologies to deliver the very best health benefits service experience to its customers and to further expand our technology-driven product capabilities. Ali Diab, CEO and Co-Founder of Collective Health counts on Mancini's deep technology experience and proven executive leadership track record to fulfil this vision.
"With so many forms of care now taking place in a remote setting, businesses must adapt faster than ever by integrating innovative employee healthcare solutions that help their people better understand and navigate an increasingly fragmented and virtualized healthcare system," said Diab.
Mancini joins Collective Health from Automation Anywhere where he was EVP of the Digital Worker Ecosystem. He has been passionate about software since he was a teenager, first writing code at NASA Ames Research Center while in high school and then at Apple before graduating college. Common threads uniting Mancini's experiences and pursuits are the challenge of solving tough problems and his passion for trying new things.
“I’ve always loved applying technology to solve important problems and healthcare is an industry in dire need for technology to provide more transparency and understanding, while enhancing people’s experience,” said Mancini.
Professional highlights from his extensive technology leadership career include leading eBay’s Mobile Marketplace, Trust & Safety, User Management, and Developers Program engineering and product teams; managing the global engineering, product delivery, and operations organizations for Apple’s $20 Bn online retail stores; and leading the $500 million app ecosystem business at Atlassian.
Now as technology evolves and emerges newer challenges to solve, Mancini is thrilled about working on building more innovative solutions that help shape the future of healthcare experience. “Technology has evolved and upleveled the experiential expectations of customers. This expectation creates the demand, from both employees and employers, for much better navigation, access to care, and ease of use, and I’m excited to be part of building that experience in healthcare,” said Mancini.
In addition to building a web-scale technology platform, Max will be responsible for continuing to recruit and invest in a world-class technology organization, foster an outstanding product development culture, and ensure that Collective Health’s products and technology infrastructure set the standard for reliability, service experience, and trust among its members, enterprise customers, and partners.
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