NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VirtualHealth, the leading SaaS platform for care management and population health, announced today that Mirabelle B. Cabiling, RN, has joined its team as Vice President of Clinical Operations and Dominic Kalvelis has joined as Director of Information Security. Together, they bring a combined 30 years of experience to their respective roles to supporting VirtualHealth’s mission of proactive care through technology.
“Mirabelle and Dominic are valuable additions to the VirtualHealth team, each bringing unique skills that further enhance our ability to effectively service our clients and their members,” said Adam Sabloff, CEO and Founder, VirtualHealth. “Mirabelle’s background in clinical care management and Dominic’s deep expertise with information security align perfectly with our current focus areas for our platform and services.”
Cabiling, who earned her RN from Cerritos College, brings care management and regulatory knowledge to VirtualHealth, where she will guide the clinical aspects of the company’s platform. Her responsibilities include ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations and optimizing the VirtualHealth platform’s clinical protocols and workflows to drive proactive care management for millions of members.
Cabiling was previously a care management leader with Healthfirst, where she led a team of primary care managers, comprising RNs and licensed clinical social workers, to reach organizational goals. In that position, she ensured compliance with state and federal regulations and guidelines to deliver high quality, efficient and cost-effective care to Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries. She is a board-certified care manager (CCM) and an active member of the National Society of Leadership and Success.
Kalvelis brings extensive technical expertise to his role with VirtualHealth, including IT management, network and information security, and solution and policy design. As Director of Information Security, he assumes responsibility for ongoing management and enhancement of VirtualHealth’s state-of-the-art security infrastructure.
Prior to joining VirtualHealth, Kalvelis was the cyber security lead for Safra National Bank, where he implemented corporate security policies across all branches, assessed and responded to security incidents, and oversaw all risk management and training pertaining to cyber security. He also worked as the HIPAA compliance security manager for CMMA. Kalvelis holds a master’s degree from Rutgers University and a bachelor’s degree from St. Peter’s College.
VirtualHealth is the first comprehensive platform purpose-built for integrated value-based care and is deployed by some of the most innovative plans in the country for the management of millions of members. Winner of the 2017 Frost & Sullivan Product Leadership Award, VirtualHealth delivers to payer and provider organizations the integrated capabilities needed to achieve a 360-degree patient view, driving the outcomes improvements and cost reductions required in today’s value-based care environment. The platform streamlines person-centered care/case and disease management and drives appropriate resource utilization through interdisciplinary collaborative workflows, broad spectrum interoperability, patient engagement, and configurable analytics and reporting. VirtualHealth empowers healthcare organizations to achieve enhanced outcomes while maximizing efficiency, improving transparency, and lowering costs. For more information, visit www.virtualhealth.com.