NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In a move that continues to raise the bar in enabling the most effective home care outcomes, HHAeXchange (HHAX) today announced that Tom Meyer would be joining the company as Chief Program Integrity Officer.
Meyer, who recently served as New York State’s Acting Medicaid Inspector General, offers more than 30 years of experience in information technology related to the healthcare space, and more than ten years in the New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General. In his role as Acting Medicaid Inspector General, he was responsible for monitoring fraud, waste and abuse in the healthcare system, with a specific focus on home care.
HHAX is simplifying the complex home care industry and changing the game for payers and providers. In addition to offering the industry’s leading electronic visit verification (EVV) technology, HHAX’s platform goes further to connect the dots among payers, providers and members to minimize risk, increase accountability and improve outcomes for home care members.
In a role that is new to HHAX, as Chief Program Integrity Officer, Meyer will ensure that HHAX’s platform continues to help all home care stakeholders comply with state regulations and prevent fraud, waste and abuse. Meyer will work with Managed Care Organizations (MCOs), state Medicaid professionals and other HHAX customers to demonstrate the value of and need for a robust and collaborative platform in home care.
“The demand for a complete and collaborative solution in home care is massive, and HHAX is addressing one of the greatest needs in the home care industry by connecting payers, providers and members in a single system,” said Meyer. “As acting Medicaid inspector general, I’ve experienced the many disconnects in the home care ecosystem firsthand, and the time is ripe for a solution that will reduce costs, improve efficiencies and minimize fraud, ultimately allowing our most vulnerable populations to stay healthy in their homes longer.”
Meyer’s background with the New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General will give HHAX’s customers unique insights into effective strategies for reducing and eliminating fraud, waste and abuse in the home care system. With New York State, Meyer had direct oversight of more than 300 state staff, and was tasked with developing strategic goals and execution for the agency’s mission statement.
“Tom’s history working directly with Medicaid fraud will bring enormous benefits to our customers,” said Greg Strobel, president at HHAX. “Fraud and waste are massive issue in the homecare industry, and Tom will be an integral part of our team to ensure that our customers are efficiently complying with state regulations and reducing possibilities for fraud in the home.”
To learn more about how payers and providers are using HHAX to improve efficiency, save dollars and improve member outcomes, visit the website: www.hhaexchange.com.
HHAeXchange connects payers, providers and members through transformational technology that enables more collaboration, communication and connectivity than has ever been possible in home care. By breaking down barriers to effective, transparent member care in the home, HHAX allows payers and providers to be more efficient, reduce fraud and waste in the system and ensure payment integrity. With HHAX, payers and providers are armed to provide high quality, consumer-driven care that allows members to stay healthy at home longer, and improves the entire healthcare ecosystem. Visit hhaexchange.com for more information, or follow us on Twitter at @HHAeXchange.