HARRISBURG, Pa., June 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- KEPRO is pleased to announce the appointment of Anne C. Chappuie as Vice President of Growth and Development.
Ms. Chappuie, a 20-year health care market strategist, will be supporting KEPRO in state and federal government business development. Ms. Chappuie will support KEPRO's growth plan,
"Anne's expertise as a health care executive and key strategist will play a critical role in demonstrating KEPRO's value to our current and future clients," said KEPRO President and CEO Joseph A. Dougher.
Ms. Chappuie has decades of experience in program integrity, business operations, development/capture management, revenue optimization and quality improvement. Most recently, Ms. Chappuie's firm provided strategic consulting services focused on solution approach and positioning.
Previously, Ms. Chappuie was the Vice President of Business Development and Sales Management for Advent Health Partners, Vice President of Government Strategy and Business Development for Optum, Inc., Vice President of Development and Account Management for Bloodhound Technologies, Inc. and Vice President of Financial Services for Maximus, Inc.
Ms. Chappuie received her Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration and her Masters of Health Administration from the University of Southern California.
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Media Contact: Jamie Kopko, Director of Corporate Communications, [email protected], 717.564.8288 x7076
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