Speaker: Penny Noyes, President, CEO and founder of Health Business Navigators | Payor Contracting - Dancing with the Devil | (Sponsored by: Simplified Medical Management)

05/18/2022 at 11:30 am

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Penny Noyes

President & CEO

Penny Noyes is President, CEO and founder of Health Business Navigators. She brings four decades of healthcare-related experience to medical practices on both the payer/MCO and provider sides of the industry.

Since 1999, when Ms. Noyes founded HBN, she has been working with a variety of healthcare-related clients who require assistance with payer contracting and credentialing. She has written and executed business plans, renegotiated managed care agreements, provided market exposure, improved client revenue and, most importantly, increased the bottom line. She is sought after by numerous organizations to provide opinions on hot issues for periodicals and to do educational seminars on the topics of payer contacting and credentialing as she brings her “roll up the sleeves,” candid approach to material presented.

Ms. Noyes has held various leadership positions throughout her career in healthcare. She served as Senior Vice President of Business Development for a venture capital backed start-up, U.S. HealthWorks, a practice management company specializing in occupational medicine where she was able to negotiate both improved reimbursement and achieved delegated credentialing with all payers for nearly 100 clinics in 7 states representing nearly $100 million in annual revenue. Prior to that she spent 11 years at Allmerica Financial, an $11 billion insurance and financial services company, where she was an Assistant Vice President responsible for product development of health plans nationwide, as well the contracting and credentialing of 180,000 providers nationwide. While at Allmerica she also led a project related to the development of PHCS in collaboration with 17 other health insurance companies. Earlier in her career she worked at Blue Cross of Massachusetts for 6 years on development and marketing of fully insured and self-funded health plans and HMO products, including some of the earliest Medicare risk based plans.