Millie Tan is Named Chief Marketing Officer
BEDMINSTER, NJ and ATLANTA, GA –March 8, 2017 – Zelis Healthcare, a market-leading healthcare information technology company, is pleased to announce that Millie Tan is Chief Marketing Officer for Zelis Healthcare.
Ms. Tan will focus on accelerating market share and profit growth by enhancing Zelis’ value proposition and building its brand with strategic vision for current and future offerings.
Ms. Tan is a proven marketing strategist well known for consistently delivering strong growth in market share and profit.
Ms. Tan served as Chief Marketing Officer for Quintiles, now Quintiles/IMS, a global leader in health information technologies and clinical research. She joined Quintiles from Monster.com and Monster Worldwide, the global leader in connecting people with jobs online, where she was Chief Marketing Officer for Europe and Core Marketing Head for North America. Ms. Tan also held increasingly senior leadership positions in consumer marketing with Polaroid and Gillette, including assignments in Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Ms. Tan earned an MBA from the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, an MA from Teachers College, Columbia University and a BA from Skidmore College.
“Millie has exceptional abilities as a strategic marketer,” said Doug Klinger, CEO of Zelis Healthcare. “I look forward to her contributions as we grow the business and our market share.”
“I’m very excited to be joining Zelis Healthcare at this time as it is well poised to continue its leadership in providing innovative solutions to address the needs of payers, providers and patients,” said Ms. Tan.
About Zelis Healthcare
Zelis Healthcare is a healthcare information technology company and market‐leading provider of end‐to‐end healthcare claims cost management and payments solutions including network solutions, claims integrity and electronic payments serving healthcare payer clients, healthcare providers and healthcare consumers in the medical, dental and workers’ compensation markets nationwide. Zelis Healthcare is backed by Parthenon Capital Partners.