Discovery Health Partners appoints health payer technology veteran to CIO role

ITASCA, IL (May 7, 2019) — Today, Discovery Health Partners welcomed Dan Iantorno to its leadership team as Chief Information Officer. Iantorno brings an extensive background in building robust, reliable, and scalable solutions in high-growth environments.

“Dan’s unique blend of health payer, technology, and business expertise will serve us well as we continue to aggressively pursue our strategy of developing new solutions and integrating complementary solutions into our portfolio through acquisitions,” stated Jason Brown, Discovery CEO.

“I’m very excited to bring my business-driven IT approach to Discovery,” said Iantorno.  “This is a great time to be at Discovery and help architect a new level of technology solutions that will meet more needs and deliver even more value for our clients.”

Prior to joining the team, Iantorno spent over two decades in technology innovation, executive leadership, and private equity transaction advisement in healthcare and other industries. He was formerly Chief Information Officer at The Allant Group and Valence Health (now Evolent Health), where he modernized payer and provider applications and infrastructure platforms and transformed IT operations to support the needs of those rapidly growing enterprises.

About Discovery Health Partners

Discovery Health Partners’ mission is to deliver unique, actionable analytic insights and technology-powered solutions to help healthcare payers improve payment integrity, increase revenue optimization, and maximize efficiencies with government programs. Serving more than 70 health plans across the U.S., including six of the 10 largest U.S. health plans, Discovery has been recognized consistently for its growth—earning a spot on the Inc. 5000 list five years in a row and the Crain’s Fast 50 three times. For more information on Discovery Health Partners, go to www.DiscoveryHealthPartners.com.

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