At Babylon Health, the US-based C-suite is now larger with the additions of Paul-Henri Ferrand, briefly of financial platform Brex and previously Google Cloud, as Chief Business Officer, Stacy Saal of Amazon as Chief Operating Officer, and Steve Davis from Expedia Group as Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Ferrand will lead business development, sales, marketing, and customer success efforts; Ms. Saal operational initiatives and goals; and Mr. Davis technology and data. They will concentrate on US growth plans plus refining and leveraging Babylon 360. Babylon release
Seniorlink, a Boston-based provider of professional coaching, emotional and financial support services for caregivers through Medicare Advantage and Medicaid in nine states, and the developer of the Vela care coordination app, appointed Matt Marek as President and Chief Operating Officer. He comes from Further, a service company for healthcare spending accounts. He will be concentrating on strategy and increasing US growth and partnerships. Release
Having raised $300 million in a January Series D [TTA 14 Jan] as a prelude to a rumored IPO, San Francisco-based Hinge Health has made some major management changes. Jim Pursley, longtime Chief Commercial Officer at Livongo Health who departed after the Teladoc Health acquisition, is now President. Lex Annison, formerly of Google, is now Chief Operating Officer. And their new CFO, Ron Will, comes from the financial world, most recently from Ripple, and apparently has experience with mergers. On their management roster, Hinge now has two presidents–Gabriel Mecklenberg, a co-founder, and Mr. Pursley. Hinge provides digital solutions that treat chronic musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions to the provider market. Hat tip to an industry insider.