Collective Medical Appoints Mandira Singh as Head of Product

Singh to lead product strategy to maximize value of the Collective
network across all points of care

, delivering the nation’s largest and most effective network
for care collaboration, today announced the appointment of Mandira Singh
as head of product. Singh will lead Collective’s product creation group,
enriching the value delivered to patients through Collective’s
nationwide network and its real-time, risk-adjusted event notification
and care collaboration platform which spans all points of care.

Singh joins Collective from athenahealth, where she most recently served
as executive director of product management. Prior, Singh’s leadership
was instrumental in the development, execution, and widely recognized
success of athenahealth’s More Disruption Please (MDP) program.

During her tenure as the director of the athenahealth Marketplace and
MDP program, Singh grew the MDP program from MVP to a fully operational
business unit serving more than 250 companies and the 100,000 healthcare
providers that leverage athenahealth. Labeled athenahealth’s “disrupter-in-chief”
by HIMSS Media and named on the LinkedIn
Next Wave
list of top healthcare professionals 35 and under, Singh
was responsible for one of the first and most successful partner
platforms in the health tech industry. She also developed and launched
the company’s start-up accelerator, serving as board observer for
multiple investments and driving M&A for those that were acquired by

“Mandira is a force of nature. She demonstrates a highly-effective
approach to product development that is equal parts creative and
disciplined—informed by her deep domain expertise and familiarity with
some of the most innovative companies in digital health,” says Chris
Klomp, CEO of Collective Medical. “Collective is succeeding toward a
vision that has eluded the healthcare industry for so long—to connect
providers and plans across the continuum, in real time, so they can
collaborate at scale for the benefit of the patient. Achieving this
vision requires a disruptive mindset, and we’re so pleased and grateful
to have Mandira and her experience, keen intellect, and sheer horsepower
driving toward this goal.”

The Collective network is currently engaged with every national health
plan in the country, hundreds of hospitals and health systems and tens
of thousands of providers across emergent, inpatient, post-acute, mental
and behavioral, and ambulatory settings.

“The MDP team saw well over 1,000 product demos a year, and what we
noticed is that behavior change in healthcare is especially difficult,”
says Singh. “But Collective has demonstrated an incredible ability to
change provider behavior and consequently positively impact outcomes –
we have a nationwide network of diverse care teams relying on us to
coordinate patient care. I’m excited about this opportunity to work with
the team at Collective to make healthcare work for everyone.”

Prior to her work with Collective and athenahealth, Singh worked in
investing, focusing on the health technology space as an analyst with
Essex Woodlands Health Ventures. She holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate
School of Business.

Collective Medical is endorsed as a best practice for emergency medicine
by the American College of Emergency Physicians. The company has been
recognized by Inc. Magazine and by the MountainWest Capital Network as
one of Utah’s fastest growing companies.

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Collective Medical empowers care teams to improve patient outcomes by
closing the communication gaps that undermine patient care. With a
nationwide network engaged with every national health plan in the
country, hundreds of hospitals and health systems and tens of thousands
of providers, Collective Medical’s system-agnostic platform is trusted
by care teams to identify at-risk and complex patients and facilitate
actionable collaboration to make better care decisions and improve
outcomes. Based in Salt Lake City, Collective Medical is proven to
streamline transitions of care, improve coordination across diverse care
teams, and reduce medically unnecessary hospital admissions. Learn more
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Kat McDavitt, 610-392-4726