Cotiviti focuses on improving the financial and quality performance of our clients. In healthcare, this means taking in billions of clinical and financial data points, analyzing them, and then helping our clients discover ways they can improve efficiency and quality. In addition, Cotiviti supports the retail industry with audit and recovery services in order to increase efficiency and maximize profitability.
Emad Rizk, M.D.
President and Chief Executive OfficerRead the bio
Emad Rizk, M.D., is the Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cotiviti. He brings a 30-year, well-documented track record of delivering improved quality and financial performance to healthcare organizations through forward-thinking leadership, business acumen, and clinical expertise.
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Peter P. Csapo
Chief Financial and Administrative OfficerRead the bio
As Chief Financial and Administrative Officer, along with being the Treasurer, and EVP of Transformation and International Operations, Peter brings more than 20 years of executive leadership in healthcare services and technology to his role at Cotiviti. He is responsible for Cotiviti’s finance, legal, compliance, facilities, and strategic sourcing functions. He leads large-scale transformation projects across the enterprise, expanding the adoption of Lean Six Sigma and building a culture of continuous improvement and process excellence, managing global administrative functions and managing operational and technology teams in India and Nepal that support North America businesses.
Throughout his career, Peter has had the privilege of working with health plans and healthcare providers to solve their clinical and financial challenges. Prior to joining Cotiviti, he served as Chief Financial Officer and in other executive roles at several public and privately held companies, where he managed financial, technology, data informatics, compliance, client service, process improvement, and operational teams in corporate and divisional settings during periods of rapid revenue growth. Peter spent nearly 13 years with McKesson and has since led two publicly traded healthcare companies through transformational transactions with private equity firms as well as completing several major business turnarounds.
Peter earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and received his Certified Public Accountant certificate from the state of Illinois.
Richard Pozen, M.D.
Chief Medical OfficerRead the bio
Serving as Chief Medical Officer for Cotiviti, Dr. Pozen is an expert in clinical coding and works extensively with
Dr. Pozen was a co-founder of iHealth Technologies, one of
Dr. Pozen earned his B.A. at the University of Chicago, went to medical school at Rutgers, did his internal medicine training at Montefiore Hospital in New York, and completed his cardiology fellowship at Georgetown University. Following that, he served on the cardiology faculty at the University of Miami.
Executive Vice President, Operations - Payment Integrity and RetailRead the bio
As Executive Vice President of Operations for Payment Integrity and Retail, Jordan is responsible for Cotiviti’s corporate strategy as well as the growth and operations of several business units. In this capacity, he is entrusted with ensuring that Cotiviti’s vision aligns with our clients and the broader marketplace. He is committed to advancing our clients’ goals through solutions that empower their success in an ever-evolving healthcare landscape.
Jordan has spent two decades applying people, process, technology, and design thinking to improving the healthcare system – expanding access, improving outcomes, and lowering costs. He has proven leadership experience in understanding the market, developing growth strategies, and scaling transformational healthcare companies, including: Verscend, Verisk Health, and The Advisory Board.
Jordan earned an MBA from Harvard University and a bachelor’s degree from Duke University, where he previously served on the Board of Trustees.
Executive Vice President, Revenue and GrowthRead the bio
As Executive Vice President of Revenue and Growth, Chris is responsible for driving Cotiviti’s growth, leading its sales, marketing, product and government teams. As a healthcare veteran with more than 25 years of industry experience, Chris has held senior-level leadership positions across a variety of market segments, including healthcare services, health insurance operations, and management consulting. Most recently, he served as Chief Solutions Officer for Welltok, a fast-growth health technology company. Prior to Welltok, he was the CEO and founder of Predilytics, which was purchased by Welltok.
In addition, Chris has held leadership positions at several payer, provider, and healthcare services companies, including Health Dialog, Cigna HealthCare, and Matria Healthcare (now Alere). Chris currently sits on the board of directors of Regent Surgical Health and Emerson Hospital, serves on the advisory board of Jefferson University’s Public Health Program, and is an editor for Population Health Management.
Chris earned a master’s degree in health administration from The Ohio State University and a bachelor’s degree in zoology from Miami University.
Executive Vice President, Human ResourcesRead the bio
As Executive Vice President of Human Resources for Cotiviti, Kerri is responsible for talent acquisition, training and development, employee relations, compensation, and benefits programs. Kerri works closely with the finance, operations, and strategy teams to ensure alignment between employee initiatives and organizational goals and objectives.
Prior to joining Cotiviti, Kerri was Corporate Human Resources Manager at George Weston Bakeries, Inc. While there, she developed and maintained HR initiatives including staffing, career development, training, and retention. Kerri also served as employment manager for Langham Hotel in Boston, where she was responsible for the administration of all HR functions including compensation, benefits, employee relations, legal compliance, and health and safety programs.
Kerri earned a master’s degree in human resources management from Emmanuel College and a bachelors in business administration from Bryant University.
Executive Vice President, Operations - Risk Adjustment, Population Health Management and QualityRead the bio
As Executive Vice President of Operations for Risk Adjustment, Population Health Management, and Quality, RaeAnn is responsible for leadership and management oversight of financial performance and operations, as well as innovation, vision, strategic and business planning. In this capacity, she is reframing and accelerating the success and impact of Cotiviti’s industry-leading Risk Adjustment and Quality and Analytic solutions focused on health plan success, member health and provider performance. With her extensive track record of customer focus, value creation, along with government program and industry experience, Grossman drives the Cotiviti portfolio to optimize financial and clinical metrics, reduce inefficiency, and improve overall healthcare performance.
Grossman is a renowned industry expert in healthcare innovation and transformation, product strategy, partnership development, and risk adjustment and quality. She has more than 25 years of experience in executive roles at an array of organizations, including commercial and government health plans as well as medical groups, integrated hospital systems, startups, and physician hospital organizations. Most recently, she was President of Medicare Advantage/COO of Bright Health Plan, managing a multi-state Medicare Advantage plan. Prior to that she held C-suite roles at various healthcare technology and consulting firms for nearly two decades, including extensive time with Gorman Health Group, which the premier consulting firm for government-sponsored healthcare programs.
RaeAnn earned an MS in urban and regional planning from Florida State University, and a bachelor’s degree in environmental policy from University of Minnesota.
Executive Vice President, Operations– Payment IntegrityRead the bio
As Executive Vice President of Payment Integrity Operations, Matthew leads Cotiviti’s payment operations business unit where he is responsible for the success of Cotiviti’s prospective payment solution and content development team, as well as coding validation. He is a courageous leader and creative problem solver who believes in serving those on his team.
Through his 16 years at Cotiviti, Matthew has held previous roles with responsibility for implementation teams, software development, as well as operating responsibility in the clinical claim validation and retrospective claims accuracy solution sets. Prior to Cotiviti, Matthew was the Senior Manager of Healthcare at Accenture, where he consulted and defined solutions for Blues Plans and other large national payers with their business challenges, as they sought to improve care and reduce administrative costs.
Matthew earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Oklahoma State University.
Executive Vice President, Client EngagementRead the bio
In his role as Executive Vice President of Client Engagement, Joe is responsible for partnering with our clients to address their unique business needs and challenges, optimizing the value they realize from our solutions while ensuring overall satisfaction. He engages directly with clients and provides strategic direction for our client engagement, consulting advisory, and implementation teams to deliver the best possible results for our customers’ success. Drawing on over twenty years of experience in healthcare, Joe serves as an advocate for our clients internally, thereby assuring their requirements are both understood and met by Cotiviti’s teams.
Prior to joining Cotiviti in September 2016, Joe was the Vice President of Account Management for McKesson, where he spent the majority of his career. In this capacity he helped the retention of thousands of payer, government, provider, and hospital clients by building and managing a strong client-facing team. He also previously worked for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health where he was responsible for contract management, as well as developing and managing public policy initiatives.
Joe earned a master’s degree in management of science from Antioch University New England and a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Maine.
Executive Vice President, Development & InnovationRead the bio
As Executive Vice President for Development and Innovation, Nicole is responsible for delivering value through Cotiviti’s software engineering and innovation teams globally. As a member of the executive leadership team, she drives development for new product introduction as well as innovation across existing solutions. She accomplishes this by driving lean portfolio and agile practices for scale and entrepreneurial teams for research and innovation.
Nicole joined Cotiviti in 2014 and brings more than two decades of experience in information technology to her role. She is the former Vice President of Technology of Helix Education where she managed the IT and organizational stack across infrastructure, development, Q/A, and technical projects, as well as serving on the executive board to provide oversight, direction and measurement of corporate objectives. Nicole originally began her technical career at Cisco Systems in Silicon Valley where she held a variety of leadership roles across the organization including branding, corporate website development, and enterprise data and security initiatives.
Nicole earned her bachelor’s degree in economics from Brigham Young University.
Executive Vice President, Shared ServicesRead the bio
As Executive Vice President of Shared Services, Roy oversees Cotiviti’s Centers of Excellence for infrastructure, information security, coding operations, internal benchmarking, and enterprise client reporting. In addition to being responsible for these critical functions, Roy is also a member of the executive leadership team helping to drive business strategies and performance initiatives.
Roy has more than 20 years of experience in a variety of roles in healthcare. Prior to Cotiviti, he was most recently the Vice President of Infrastructure and acting CIO for Accretive Health, where he directed technology and services teams including security, project management, internal systems, infrastructure, and service support. Roy also previously served as the Vice President of Business Operations for RelayHealth, a business unit of McKesson, where he was responsible for the implementation services, education services, enterprise project management, infrastructure, and quality assurance units.
Roy earned a JD from the University of Kentucky College of Law and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky.
Executive Vice President, Clinical Chart Validation and FraudRead the bio
As Executive Vice President for Cotiviti’s Revenue Business Unit, Michael is responsible for leading Clinical Chart Validation and Fraud, Waste and Abuse.
Prior to joining Cotiviti, Michael spent 15 years at McKesson, where he managed full P&L responsibilities for implementation services, client and payer support operations for all software and analytic solutions, as well as payer services and enterprise transformation functions. With over 25 years of experience, Michael has worked across the entire spectrum of healthcare, including payer services and provider revenue cycle, while managing a diverse collection of operational teams.
Michael earned a bachelor’s degree from Wabash College.
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