Walnut Creek, CA – Paradigm Outcomes recently announced new senior leadership appointments, including Marijo Storment as CEO of both case management brands in its portfolio: ALARIS and Encore Unlimited; Jennifer Hinshaw as Chief Product and Strategy Officer and Tom Mastri as Executive Vice President of Finance and Business Development. All three executives have previously served in related leadership roles at the company and will report directly to CEO John Watts.
“As Paradigm evolves into a diversified enterprise, our management team will be critical in guiding our company and empowering our organization to set the industry standard for the next generation of outcomes-focused care management,” said John Watts, CEO, Paradigm Outcomes. “Marijo, Jennifer and Tom have all successfully served in strategic leadership roles at our organization. Their latest appointments reflect the focused growth, innovation and operational excellence that are our business priorities moving forward. I’m fortunate to have them by my side as we embark on a transformational journey to unify our business and achieve our mission to reach more people and improve more lives.”
Paradigm Outcomes is the market leader in managing catastrophic and complex cases for the workers’ compensation industry. The company includes three wholly owned subsidiaries: ALARIS, Encore Unlimited and ForeSight Medical. Paradigm and its subsidiaries improve health outcomes and lower medical spend for high-cost, complex cases, with a market leading and differentiated outcome-based approach.
Marijo Storment, CEO of ALARIS and Encore Unlimited
Marijo Storment, in her new role as CEO for both ALARIS and Encore Unlimited, will unify the company’s case management offering and ensure the delivery of the highest quality case management services. Marijo previously served as CEO of ALARIS, a role she’s held since 2012, as she led the company’s national expansion and acquisition by Paradigm Outcomes in October 2016. ALARIS and Encore will continue to operate as two separate case management brands within the Paradigm portfolio. Since becoming the first ALARIS CEO in 2012, Marijo has been a driving force behind the company’s coast-to-coast expansion. ALARIS now serves all 50 U.S. states with its extraordinary national network of healthcare professionals committed to care, communication and case management efficiency.
Jennifer Hinshaw, Chief Product and Strategy Officer
Jennifer Hinshaw will now serve as Chief Product and Strategy Officer. In this newly created role, Hinshaw will be responsible for innovation of Paradigm’s core offerings, building the next generation of services and tools that empower the company’s clinicians and case managers to work more efficiently. She will also drive new product development to allow the company to scale and serve more people with catastrophic and complex medical conditions.
Jennifer brings more than 25 years of experience in healthcare strategy, operations and large-scale change management to the role. Prior to joining Paradigm in 2015, Jennifer served as Vice President of Admissions at CRC Health (now part of Acadia Healthcare). There, she was responsible for leading the transformation of the intake, admissions and call center operations and for improving UR and managed care contracting capabilities across the company’s residential and outpatient treatment facilities. Previously, Jennifer was the COO and a founding member of two health- and education-related startups, where she led product design and development as well as day-to-day operations. Earlier, Jennifer was a partner at Accenture, where she focused on strategy development, care management strategy and operational improvement for health services organizations.
Tom Mastri, Executive Vice President of Finance and Business Development
Tom’s new role as Executive Vice President of Finance and Business Development will focus on bringing operational excellence and a common set of best practices throughout the combined enterprise. He will lead the identification of new partnership and market opportunities to expand Paradigm’s impact. Tom will also continue as a member of Paradigm Outcomes Board of Directors.
Previously, Tom served as Paradigm’s Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administration Officer. He oversaw the company’s corporate finance, risk management, legal, human resources, IT and analytics departments. Over the course of his 25-year career, he has managed all aspects of financial policy and planning, launched strategic initiatives such as mergers and acquisitions and regulatory compliance, and taken on leadership roles working with boards of directors, private equity and venture capital firms, public accountants and investment bankers.
Before joining Paradigm, Tom served as CFO, Treasurer and Vice President of Coventry Health Care, and as Vice President and Controller of First Health, which was acquired by Coventry. He has also worked in auditing at the public accounting firm Ernst & Young. He also led the expansion of two software companies, Achievo Corporation and Initiate Systems, Inc.
Source: Paradigm Outcomes