Top 10 Health Care Leaders To Watch

May 30, 2018

Categories: Press Releases


Who are the most influential leaders in health? We set out to find out, and our discovery led to 10 experts who are moving the needle and disrupting the health care space.
This inaugural list makes one thing clear: these executives achieved significant milestones and goals in short periods of time, thanks to their strong leadership. What they all have in common: possessing the know-how to navigate the complexities of the health industry, including challenges that come in the form of regulation and policy.
Challenging the status quo isn’t easy, but these executives bucked the trend and not only succeeded in driving progress but acted as catalysts for transformational change. We’re proud to shine the spotlight on these influencers and encourage you to follow their journeys.
Vijay Mishra, SVP, Federal Programs, CNSI
CNSI, a leading business solutions provider with vast experience developing and delivering innovative health care management technology, recently announced it sold a majority interest to Alvarez & Marsal Capital, a middle-market private equity firm with a strategic association with Alvarez & Marsal. Vijay Mishra has used nearly two decades of experience to drive growth in the federal space, and increase the trust of customers in the public sector.
Why Watch:
Translation of Mishra’s technical expertise into real operational benefits for clients has resulted in wins nearing $250 million in new business over the past year alone for CNSI. Clients include the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, the department of Labor and Veterans Affairs. By leveraging deep domain knowledge in emerging technology areas, such as cloud, data analytics, and claims adjudication, Mishra has succeeded in modernizing legacy systems through innovative solutions that reduce administrative costs, eliminate data redundancy and improve health outcomes for millions of Americans. He plans to continue his successful service in the health care field for a long time to come.

This article was originally published by WashingtonExec on May 30, 2018.