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Veteran Healthcare Executive Joins CrossBridge as CSO

Veteran Healthcare Executive Joins CrossBridge as CSO

Wayne, PA, January 14, 2019 – Susan Spalding, co-founder of Eviti, Inc., has joined Wayne, PA-based CrossBridge, LLC as CSO, effective immediately.  Under Susan’s leadership, Eviti became the leading oncology decision-support platform and healthcare payer reimbursement SaaS-based platform in the U. S.   In addition to improving care and lowering the cost of cancer treatment, the Eviti platform has helped facilitate the transition from fee for service to today’s Value Based Payment (VBP) provider compensation model.

CrossBridge is an early-stage tech company offering Software as a Services (SaaS) Solutions to enable payers and healthcare providers to collaboratively strive for the best outcomes at the best cost in cases of chronic disease.

According to Bill Conlan CEO and founder of CrossBridge, “Susan’s relevant experience and insights are an invaluable addition to our company.  We see exciting times ahead.”  Conlan is a healthcare technologist with two other start-ups and successful exits on his resume.

In explaining her decision to join CrossBridge, Spalding said  “our focus initially will be inflammatory diseases like colitis, rheumatoid arthritis and other rheumatic diseases that involve PCPs, gastroenterologists and rheumatologists.  These disease states are very underserved by the type of solutions CrossBridge offers.  That’s what got my attention.”

About CrossBridge

CrossBridge is an early-stage healthcare technology company, specializing in Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions that enable payers and healthcare providers to strive collaboratively for the best outcomes at the lowest cost for chronic diseases – all while advancing the transition from fee-for-service to Value Based Payments (VBP).

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