WellSky Adds New President of Emerging Markets
Healthcare technology and services veteran Andy Eilert will help the company enhance its software and analytics capabilities for an increasingly value-based care market.
Experienced healthcare services and technology expert Andy Eilert has joined industry software company WellSky as its president of Emerging Markets, effective immediately.
In this role, Eilert will work to enhancing WellSky’s provider software and analytics capabilities to optimize care and scale provider performance through new ventures and strategic opportunities in emerging healthcare markets. Eilert will apply 25 years of experience with companies ranging from early-stage to Fortune 5 where he championed solutions that coordinate care, lower costs, and improve patient outcomes.
Prior to joining WellSky, Eilert served as president of Post-Acute, Home, and Emerging Solutions at Evernorth, a division of Cigna. Prior to that, he served as chief growth officer for eviCore Healthcare, which was acquired by Express Scripts and then subsequently by Cigna. Eilert has served in senior leadership roles for organizations such as Optum, GeoAccess, STERIS, and Stryker.
“Andy brings decades of experience and proven success in building solutions and businesses that transform healthcare, and WellSky is fortunate to have him join our leadership team,” WellSky CEO Bill Miller said. “Our industry is at an inflection point with the shift to home and value-based care. Andy’s commitment to furthering WellSky’s technology and analytics capabilities will allow us to better partner with our clients to improve quality and thrive in the world of value-based care.”
“Over the past four years, I’ve watched with interest and intrigue as WellSky has expanded its footprint to become one of the leading health and community care technology companies in the country,” Eilert said. “With WellSky’s focus on continued innovation, new partnerships, and enhanced services, this is an exciting time to join the team.”
Learn more at WellSky.com.