BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Press Ganey today announced that Frank J. Manzella has joined the company as Chief Development Officer. Manzella was most recently Senior Vice President, Corporate Development at Change Healthcare (formerly Emdeon), where he was responsible for leading acquisition and integration activities to drive Change Healthcare’s corporate strategy.
With extensive health care transaction experience totaling more than $20 billion, Manzella has been a principal architect of growth initiatives for multiple health care companies during a career spanning more than 20 years.
“As Press Ganey continues to expand our suite of solutions, Frank will be instrumental in assessing opportunities to provide further value to clients and build upon the strengths of our core business,” said Patrick T. Ryan, CEO, Press Ganey. “Frank brings to us deep experience executing complex strategic and financial transactions in health care. He has a long and successful history of sourcing, evaluating, and completing acquisitions and strategic alliances that generate substantial corporate value and accelerate growth.”
Previously, Manzella was Director, Corporate Development for Aptuit, a provider of outsourced pharmaceutical development services. Prior to that, he served as a Director of Advisory Services for Marwood Group, a leading health care policy advisory firm, and was co-founder, Partner, and Managing Director of Asanté Partners, a health care investment banking firm.
Manzella holds a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Business Administration, and Juris Doctor, all from Georgetown University.
About Press Ganey
Press Ganey is a leading provider of patient experience measurement, performance analytics and strategic advisory solutions for health care organizations across the continuum of care. Press Ganey is recognized as a pioneer and thought leader in patient experience measurement and performance improvement solutions. The company’s mission is to help health care organizations reduce patient suffering and enhance caregiver resilience to improve the safety, quality and experience of care.