ConcertoCare Names Nevada Griffin Chief Growth Officer as Company Continues to Expand its Dynamic Leadership Team

NEW YORK, NY, April 06, 2021 -- ConcertoCare, a leading risk-bearing senior care provider, today announced Nevada Griffin has been named Chief Growth Officer and will lead growth strategy, business development and marketing as the company expands its in-home product offerings for seniors nationwide.

Griffin joins a growing roster of dynamic executive leaders for ConcertoCare, which offers a three-part care model orchestrated to improve clinical outcomes and quality of life for vulnerable seniors. He brings a wealth of professional experience in digital and value-based care, and a personal appreciation for what it means to have limited access to health care, especially for those with complex health care needs.

"Nevada's understanding of the challenges associated with access to health care, coupled with his tremendous skills and experience in transformative health care settings, make him a valuable asset to the company as we venture to serve a wider network of vulnerable patients nationwide,” said Dr. Julian Harris, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ConcertoCare. “He knows the significance and value of providing cutting-edge health care for those who need it most, where they need it most — in their own homes."

About Nevada Griffin, MPH, MA
Griffin has a proven track record managing growth strategy, business development and creation of strategic alliances. Prior to joining ConcertoCare, Griffin served as interim Co-Head of Uber Health, where he led business development and strategic partnerships. Before Uber Health, he was an Expert Consultant with McKinsey & Company's health care practice advising leadership from payers, providers and public agencies about a range of topics related to digital and value-based care, population health and data/analytics strategy and transformation. Griffin has a dual Master of Health Policy and Administration (MPH) and International Affairs (MA) from Yale University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Global Affairs from Bard College.