Austin, TX – Maryann Manning has joined Prodigy Care Services as senior vice president of national accounts. In this role, she develops and manages long-term client relationships and oversees Prodigy’s robust client onboarding and implementation.
For the past nine years, Manning was the vice president of national accounts for Paradigm. Previously she served as vice president/regional account executive for Sedgwick and as a risk manager for a large, multi-national manufacturing company.
“With over 30 years of risk management and managed care experience, Maryann knows the market and deeply understands why our clients and prospects demand the transparency and service commitment that Prodigy delivers,” said Co-founder Del Doherty. “She’s a great asset to our team.”
Prodigy also welcomed Stan Smith as senior vice president of specialty programs. He heads the Specialty Negotiation Solutions – Pharmacy and Medical Services. Most recently, he served as senior vice president with Adva-Net before and after its acquisition by Paradigm. During that time, Smith built and managed the nation’s largest post-acute care specialty healthcare provider network.
“Stan understands cost containment in the acute and post-acute care space better than anyone I know,” said Matthew Imes, Prodigy’s president and co-founder. “Our clients will benefit from his deep expertise in this area.”
Before Adva-Net, Smith held executive positions with inpatient rehabilitation and long-term acute care hospitals, psychiatric and addiction hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and residential brain and spinal cord injury centers. He is the former director of operations and administrator of the Missouri Veterans Commission based in Jefferson City, Missouri.
Frequently invited to present on topics surrounding complex care, Smith is a CEU Institute Course instructor and has an MBA in Healthcare Administration from the University of Dallas.
Source: Prodigy/King Knight