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Health Integrated Names Industry Veteran Zachary Fritz as CEO

by Health Integrated | Jul 06, 2016
Zachary Fritz transitioned from Health Integrated's chief revenue officer to chief executive officer in June, succeeding longtime major shareholder Shan Padda in the role.

The Health Integrated™ Board of Directors named Zachary Fritz chief executive officer effective June 10. Padda, Health Integrated’s CEO since 2005, remains board chairman.

In his new role, Fritz will provide the overall strategic leadership and visionary direction for the organization and its growing client base.  

For Padda, a serial entrepreneur who had been on the lookout for a CEO successor, Fritz was the ideal candidate. 

“Since joining Health Integrated’s executive team in 2014, Zac has overseen a successful rebranding and expansion of services resulting in increased profitability and marketplace presence. With his demonstrated leadership and extensive health care and technology background, Zac understands the company’s tremendous growth potential and the rigorous steps necessary to realize it,” said Padda. 

As Health Integrated’s chief revenue officer, Fritz headed up expert and consultative sales efforts, as well as client and professional services, implementation and marketing teams. Previously, he held leadership roles at health care data, technology and software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies, both start-ups and mature corporations. His experience of driving profitable growth and creating new markets cuts across multiple health care verticals, including health plans, large employers, employee benefit consultancies, physician groups, care management companies, accountable care organizations, reseller channels, and hospitals and health systems.

“At a time when the health care industry is in the midst of unprecedented disruption, Zac is committed to delivering the scalable solutions our health plan partners need in an environment where employees thrive and investors benefit,” said Health Integrated Board Member Jennifer Dunham. “We are excited to have him at the Health Integrated helm.”

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