Trella Health Appoints New Strategy and Technology Leaders
October 29, 2019
Atlanta, GA – Trella Health, the leading source for current and complete outcomes data and performance analytics, announces two key additions to the Trella team: Matthew Tabor as the Vice President of Strategy and Business Development and Pierre Menard as the Chief Technology Officer.
“Pierre and Matthew are fantastic additions to our already outstanding management team, further positioning us for industry leading growth and innovation,” said Ian Juliano, CEO of Trella Health. “Matt’s deep background across the plan and system space will bring new insights as we expand into additional markets, and Pierre’s experience in leading technology teams will enable us to innovate at an even faster pace. These new leaders are the perfect addition to our executive team to help lead Trella Health’s accelerated growth.”
Matthew is an accomplished healthcare strategist. He brings nearly two decades of experience in healthcare, with a focus on defining and executing business strategy, driving performance improvement, and leading transformation initiatives. Matthew is responsible for developing Trella Health’s strategic growth in current and future verticals and partnering with the executive team to prioritize and lead growth initiatives.
Pierre’s 20 years of experience brings breadth and depth in technology leadership, including planning and execution, product innovation and operations. His background and expertise in digital transformation, big data, and technology management span numerous verticals, including payers, population health and pharmaceuticals. Pierre will lead the technology organization, craft the development and operations strategy, and create a vision for our technical architecture.
About Trella Health
Trella Health provides acute, ambulatory, and post-acute organizations with the most complete picture of care activity in their service areas. As one of only a few companies in the country deemed ‘Innovators’ under the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Service’s Virtual Research Data Center Program, Trella has access to 100% of Medicare Part A and Part B claims data. Trella analyzes 1.2 billion claims annually and presents relevant insights to nearly 10,000 users so they can build higher-performing care networks, serve more patients, and reduce the cost of care.