Integrated Health Network: Adds directors to management team

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INTEGRATED HEALTH NETWORK ADDS TWO TO MANGAEMENT TEAM

Milwaukee, Wis. (May 5, 2015) – Integrated Health Network of Wisconsin (IHN), a clinically integrated network of major health care systems and the Medical College of Wisconsin., has added two directors to its management team.

Marcel Tetzlaff joined IHN as director of program implementation and leads the team that manages IHN’s Medicare Advantage initiatives with Humana, United Health Care and other health benefit program providers. His team provides support, training and operational expertise to IHN network members serving Medicare Advantage patients. Tetzlaff is an insurance and managed care executive with more than 18 years of experience, serving most recently as regional vice president of provider networks for DentaQuest, a leading national dental benefits administrator. He has a Master’s of Business Administration degree in health care management.

Andrew Crisp, CPA, CMA, joined the organization as director of data analytics, and is responsible for overseeing the processes and staff that develop and maintain IHN’s advanced data reporting functions. His experience includes 19 years of leadership in health care finance and information/data systems, having served most recently as director of payer analytics for 21st Century Oncology, the largest provider of radiation oncology services in the United States. Crisp holds a Master’s of Business Administration degree in management/finance.

About Integrated Health Network of Wisconsin

Based in Brookfield, Wisconsin, Integrated Health Network of Wisconsin is a clinically integrated network of major health systems, hospitals and physicians working together to improve the quality, efficiency and value of health care services in the markets served by its members. Integrated Health Network’s current members include Agnesian HealthCare, Columbia St. Mary’s, Froedtert Health, the Medical College of Wisconsin, Hospital Sisters Health System, Ministry Health Care, SSM Health and Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, representing more than 5,700 physicians and participating providers, 555 clinics and 45 hospitals throughout Wisconsin. The network impacts more than 3 million lives. IHN’s vision is to redefine the delivery of health care through innovation and integration. www.ihnwi.com