August 18, 2015
Quantum Health, the leader in care coordination and consumer navigation, announced today that it has named Dana Andrews, M.D., MHSA as chief medical officer effective immediately. Dr. Andrews will serve as leader of daily clinical operations and will be responsible for the oversight of case review and grand rounds cadence among other key clinical functions.
"Dana has been a part of Quantum Health since our founding and was part of our primary research team," said Kara Trott, founder and chief executive officer of Quantum Health. "We are so pleased to have Dana join our executive team and take the reins of the clinical leadership for our daily operations, as well as help support our clinical strategy and overall mission of removing excess cost and confusion from the healthcare system."
As a physician, Dr. Andrews has a private practice of approximately 2,500 patients in Mansfield, Ohio, and he is a managing partner of the Ohio division of the American Health Network, the largest multi-site primary care organization in Ohio with over 70 physician offices and more than 200 primary care physicians and specialists in Ohio and Indiana. Andrews received his B.A. from Capital University, his M.D. from The Ohio State University, and also holds a Masters in Health Service Administration from the University of Michigan. Dr. Andrews is also board certified in Internal Medicine and is a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
As part of the company's founding research team, Dr. Andrews has spent over 15 years committed to the Quantum Health mission of providing a personalized, guided experience for clients and their health plan members. Quantum Health was the first to define and use consumer behavior process mapping in healthcare by tracking 3,200 patients and 290 providers for two years. From this research, the company built a best-in-class model for care coordination and consumer navigation based on how people experience their healthcare journey, what they need and how best to connect with them.