Upward Health Adds Healthcare Technology Leader Ed Zecchini to Advisory Board


PROVIDENCE, RI – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Upward Health, a leading provider of home medical and behavioral care, today announced that it has added Edward Zecchini to the company’s advisory board. Ed has over thirty years of experience in the healthcare and information technology industries and is currently a Managing Member of IT Analytics LLC. Ed joins the Advisory Board to assist the organization in all matters related to technology, having relevant experience in population health, data analysis, systems design and delivery, and application development.

“Ed brings cutting-edge technology and analytics expertise to our advisory board,” said Glen Moller, President and CEO of Upward Health. “He has led many high growth, leading innovators as CIOs and led risky healthcare organizations to exceptional performance. He is passionate about our drive to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable populations, and we are delighted that he is now advising us on our own growth as a group of at-risk providers.

Ed is currently a director of Cryoport, Inc. and Ontrak, Inc. Prior to that, Ed was CIO at Remedy Partners. Prior to joining Remedy Partners, Ed was Executive Vice President and CTO at Sandata Technologies and CIO at HealthMarkets. Ed holds a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Oswego.

Upward Health is committed to recruiting the best talent who are dedicated to changing the face of primary home care. For more information visit The Upward Health careers page.

About ascending health

Upward Health is a national at-risk multidisciplinary medical group that provides primary, behavioral, urgent and palliative and post-discharge care at home 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, contracting with health plans for all ranges. products as part of value-based arrangements to manage complex, chronically ill problems. Find more information about Upward Health at www.upwardhealth.com.

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