ValueHealth Expands Senior Leadership Team with Addition of Thomas Mattingly

Nov 18, 2021

ValueHealth® LLC, the nationally recognized leader in Ambulatory Centers of Excellence (ACE)™, continues to expand its senior leadership team with the addition of Thomas (Tom) Mattingly as Senior Vice President, Payor Channel.

Mattingly will focus on expanding ValueHealth’s consumer strategies and industry-leading value-based contracts by building relationships with Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) at the national and market level. These relationships will connect more plan members to high-quality, lower-cost surgical care sites in ValueHealth’s high-value national network.

“Adding Tom to our team of world-class leaders increases our company’s focus on expanding our relationships across the nation,” says ValueHealth CEO, Don Bisbee. “We’re reinventing the surgical care space, and to do this we need people who are familiar with all aspects of the healthcare industry. Tom’s wealth of knowledge and passion for collaborative leadership will play a significant role as we continue to align with healthcare stakeholders and expand economically sustainable care solutions into new markets.”

Mattingly joins ValueHealth with more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, business development and operations. His career includes prior executive roles at CareSource, DentaQuest, Molina Healthcare, Aetna, and The Ohio State University Medical Center. Mattingly most recently served as Senior Vice President, Provider Networks for CareSource, where he successfully led operations and strategy, national contracts, value-based reimbursement and new business network development for the national Provider Networks team.

“I’m honored to join a company with a mission that’s both inspiring and ambitious,” says Mattingly. “Delivering better healthcare outcomes requires building productive, fully aligned partnerships with national and local payors. As ValueHealth continues to expand, I look forward to building these partnerships and bringing the benefits of value-based care to the people who pay for it – employers and employees.”