Marpai Health, a SMART health plan services company furnishing AI-powered third-party administration to self-insured employers, announced two key appointments to its leadership team. Ronnie Brown has been named Chief Operating Officer, transitioning from her role as a senior advisor at Marpai Health. Art Hoath enlists Marpai as the company’s Chief Revenue Officer.
- Brown is an industry veteran bringing over 30 years of experience in the self-funded health care market, and deep expertise in third-party administration of self-funded plans. Ronnie is a healthcare and employee benefits professional with diverse experience in healthcare operations, benefit plan administration, cost containment, health care analytics, medical stop-loss, and electronic provider payments.
- Edmundo Gonzalez, CEO of Marpa Health stated, “We are thrilled to have such a renowned expert and well-respected member of the industry as our Chief Operating Officer. Ronnie’s leadership and experience in the self-insurance and TPA industries are widely known and valued; her deep and broad expertise across the many facets of the business are critical as we launch deep learning and the first SMART Health Plan Services System into the self-insured market.”
- Art Hoath is a proven sales and marketing leader with extensive experience leading business development efforts over 24 years in several different healthcare sectors including healthcare cost management, payor management and specialty managed care. He has been very active in the industry conferences such as HCAA, SIIA, and SPBA
- Before AMPS, Art was EVP of business development at Inetico (currently Valenz) and EVP of Sales and Marketing at Zelis Healthcare.“Art is a business accelerator who brings a deep understanding of the industry and where it is heading, which is essential for our Chief Revenue Officer role,” said Gonzalez. “As we introduce the benefits of deep learning across the industry, Art’s leadership will be instrumental in helping diverse groups adopt our SMART technology and grow from it.”