Matthew Singerman is a financial executive with 30 years experience in corporate finance. His background includes the position of Controller for J.D. Power and Associates, Inc., a world-leading market research firm. He also worked with the Wall Street firm of Investment Technology Group, where he held positions as V.P. of Finance of ITG Software Solutions, Inc., and President of ITG Software Holdings. More recently, he was CFO of NAS Insurance Services, and later CFO of Clear Vision Information Systems. He also served (and currently serves) as a private consultant to several small businesses.
Health Insurance Executive
Francene has over two decades of diverse experience with industry leading health insurance carriers, among them HealthNet and Anthem Blue Cross. She has been tapped for leadership roles in sales operations, business planning and development, web sales and system design, and corporate reorganization. Francene has managed operational teams which have supported sales growth and implemented processes to improve company efficiencies. In 2010 Francene was recruited to Anthem Blue Cross reporting to the President, to interpret and implement the then newly released Affordable Care Act of 2010 (aka Obamacare). Working with the State of California to facilitate and execute the largest most complex state marketplace exchange (Covered California). Following her retirement from Anthem Blue Cross, Francene has been engaged in consulting assignments across various industries, bringing her unique skills and acumen to the clients she serves.
Health Care Consultant
Hal Wurtzel is a seasoned healthcare consultant. He spent many years as a hospital administrator (Valley Presbyterian Hospital) and as Executive Vice President of Pacific Health Resources, the consulting arm of the then Lutheran Hospital Society/Healthwest (now Dignity). Hal was also the founder and president of MedSmart Consulting, which was subsequently acquired some years later by another firm. Hal specializes in many facets of healthcare business development, including payor contracting, licensing, strategic planning and market development. He has written many articles and been featured as a speaker for conferences and seminars. In addition, Hal taught courses for USC, University of Arizona and Golden Gate University, ranging from strategic planning to healthcare (macro) economics. In his 15 years of healthcare consulting, Hal has done work for health plans, hospitals/medical centers, addiction treatment programs and virtually all ancillary services, including imaging, DME, hospice, home health and labs. Given the breadth and depth of his experience, Hal has also been called upon as an expert witness for select areas of healthcare business development.