One of our nation’s most pressing challenges is the rising cost and affordability of healthcare. At Equian, our efforts are dedicated to addressing this challenge. We provide solutions that ensure each healthcare interaction is paid accurately and at the lowest possible cost. We have a proven system to reduce healthcare cost through proprietary data analytics coupled with deep domain expertise. Once we have aligned with you and analyzed all of the data, we provide integrated payment integrity solutions that eliminate unnecessary spending.
With more than 1400 talented professionals working across the country, our people have transformed Equian into the thriving organization it has become today. Our team includes market experts for each industry we serve, so you can be sure we are ready to hit the ground running for you. Equian’s team is to dedicated building lasting partnerships with clients. It is simply what we do best. Meet the executive team:
Scott Mingee has over 20 years of experience in the health care industry. As CEO of Equian, Mr. Mingee will lead the company through a time of unprecedented change in healthcare. Prior to becoming CEO for Equian, Scott worked for Xerox/ACS. In his last post he was the group president for the Provider line of business. In this capacity, he was responsible for multiple lines of business that included consulting, analytics, IT outsourcing, and learning management. Prior to this role, he served as SVP of the Payer line of business. During his tenure this group diversified their service offerings and experienced outstanding growth—more than tripling the top line.
Before joining Xerox, Mr. Mingee held CIO and CTO positions at payer-based company Outsourced Administrative Systems, and prior to that a variety of positions within the Anthem family of companies. Scott’s background and skills make him a natural fit as the CEO of Equian. He is knowledgeable about the healthcare market and has a deep track record developing and executing a strategic vision.
Rob Bader came to Trover Solutions in 1998 as Senior Vice President of Business Development. From 1999 to 2002, he was Executive Vice President of Overpayment Operations and then Executive Vice President of Healthcare Sales and Client Solutions from 2002 to 2006.
He served as President of Trover’s Healthcare Division for a year before being named CEO in November 2007.
Mr. Bader’s career prior to Trover included financial and operational positions at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kentucky as well as audit and tax services with Ernst & Young. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Rob graduated magna cum laude from Bellarmine University with a BA in Accounting.
Business First of Louisville has recognized Rob Bader three times as among the Greater Louisville region’s “Leaders in Healthcare.”
Mike Morrison serves as chief revenue officer overseeing sales, marketing, business development, account management, and emerging markets initiatives. Prior to joining Equian, Mr. Morrison served as senior vice president of the Commercial BPO for Xerox. During his tenure at Xerox, Mr. Morrison grew accounts from basic transaction processing into successful partnerships that now encompass the entire end-to-end healthcare BPO suite of services. Mr. Morrison brings unparalleled insight and focus to his management and business development responsibilities, continually pursuing innovative growth strategies and solutions for our clients. True to his never-ending drive for excellence, Morrison is a nine-time President’s Club recipient. He earned a Bachelor’s of Business degree in Management Information Systems from Ohio University.
Sameer Mishra offers more than 15 years of technology expertise servicing health plans, government payers, self-funded employers, health care providers, and care management companies across the globe. Mr. Mishra’s experience spans all aspects of health plan technology, analytics, and integration with an emphasis on strategy and execution. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi.
His accomplished implementations include leading a transformative technology implementation for a large multi-state BCBS organization to modernize the claims platform in preparation for the healthcare exchange marketplace. Sameer’s impressive IT portfolio management also includes the successful stewardship of a variety of major projects including enterprise content management, claims adjudication, enterprise work management systems, EDI solutions, payer portals, and pharmacy benefit management integration. His successful leadership of these initiatives makes him an ideal fit for the Equian leadership team.
Mr. Martin joined Equian in 2008 to lead all aspects of the company’s financial structure and strategy. He brings with him more than 20 years of fiscal and operational management, with a strong focus in M&A and corporate finance for both Private and PE-backed companies. Previously, Mr. Martin was with a national accounting and consulting firm serving as an advisor for the financial services sector on corporate finance strategies. His experience also includes financial positions with a nationally-ranked real estate company providing guidance on capital strategies to support expansion opportunities. Mr. Martin is a graduate of Purdue University and a former CPA in the State of Indiana. In 2015, he was recognized as a CFO of the Year honoree by the Indianapolis Business Journal.
Daniel Gibson came to work at Trover as the Senior Staff Attorney in 1997. He served as Trover’s Director of Legal Support Operations in 1998 and then Director of Litigation Specialists in 1999. He was named Senior Vice President and General Counsel in 2006 and became Managing Partner of Gibson & Sharps, PSC, one of the nation’s largest law firms dedicated exclusively to subrogation. In his current position as Chief Administrative Officer, Gibson oversees the management of corporate law, human resources, facilities, training, talent development, compliance and quality assurance, and mass tort and other operational legal resources.
His experience prior to Trover includes service as the Assistant Commonwealth (KY) Attorney from 1990–1992 and working with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate Generals Corp. from 1992–1995. Gibson practiced law privately until coming to Trover in 1997.
Gibson is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a BA degree in Political Science and received his JD from the University of Kentucky School of Law. His professional affiliations include the Kentucky Bar Association, Louisville Bar Association and National Association of Subrogation Professionals.
Shankar Narayanan has over 17 years of experience in the healthcare industry. As Chief Operating Officer, Shankar has responsibility for operations, technology, integration, and business performance management at Equian. Prior to joining Equian, Shankar was the Global Head of the Life Sciences Business unit at Cognizant. In this capacity he owned market development, client relationships, strategy, and M&A and integration across all lines of service. During his tenure Shankar grew the business by over 50% successfully returning the business to industry leading growth and delivered on a substantial margin improvement program while integrating acquisitions and building out several innovative product platforms. At Cognizant, Shankar was a member of the Executive Leadership Team.
Prior to Cognizant, Shankar was a Partner at McKinsey & Company. At the Firm he built new businesses, and worked extensively on strategy, M&A, merger integration, and operational excellence engagements for healthcare, life sciences, technology/business services clients and financial investors. He was recognized as a highly collaborative and structured problem solver, inclusive people leader, an entrepreneur, and an organization builder.
Scott Gullett joined Equian in January of 2015 and has over 15 years of experience managing large-scale healthcare and insurance operations. In his current role as Equian’s President of Pre-Payment Solutions, Scott will leverage his proven operational strengths to identify and implement process improvements in Equian’s Pre-Payment line of business, to further drive customer savings through our payment integrity services for governmental, commercial and workers compensation healthcare payors. In his previous role as Vice President of Xerox’s Insurance business operations, Scott had a proven track record of improving financial performance, employee development, operational efficiencies, and account satisfaction.
Gary Liter has more than 25 years’ experience leading healthcare and property and casualty cost containment divisions. He has successfully led strategic initiatives to grow the businesses he manages and has expertise in running large scale operations, sales and account management.
Mr.Liter currently has responsibility for all subrogation services for both the healthcare and property and casualty Divisions of Equian.
Liter holds a Bachelor’s degree in business and insurance from Eastern Kentucky University and an MBA in finance from Ball State University. He also holds the Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation from the Insurance Institute of America and the Chartered Subrogation Recovery Professional Designation (CSRP).
Chris Reed has more than 18 years of experience in healthcare insurance and services with a history of building and growing businesses across the globe. As Group President of Data Mining & Provider Audit, Chris has responsibility to significantly grow, enhance, and scale this line of business for healthcare clients. Prior to joining Equian, Chris held a variety of global leadership positions within MetLife, most recently Head of the Middle East Employee Benefits business, VP of US Group Insurance Operations, and Country Manager for the UK Retirement & Savings business. Chris has a proven track record of driving transformational change in operating models, including US Dental claim unit cost reduction, Mexico medical reengineering, US group business re-platforming, and Middle East medical cost controls. Chris holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from M.I.T. in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science.
John Blaney joined Equian in March of 2015 and has over 30 years of experience managing large-scale healthcare technology and recovery operations. In his current role as Equian’s President of Data Mining and Provider Audit Solutions, John will leverage his proven operational strengths to identify and implement process improvements in Equian’s post payment line of business, to further drive customer savings through our payment integrity services for governmental and commercial healthcare payors. In his previous role as President of Primax Recoveries, John had a proven track record of improving financial performance, employee development, operational efficiencies, and account satisfaction.
Jennifer is responsible for driving the post payment strategy for the organization by overseeing the day-to-day operations and strategic growth initiatives, including service and savings expansion. Additionally, she is responsible for driving value through developing a partnership with both Pre Payment and IT Solutions. Jennifer joined Equian in 2010 as the corporate financial controller leading and expanding the finance team while heavily involved in collaborating with the business leaders by providing financial analysis, business models and strategies. Jennifer soon transitioned to the VP of Finance role where she was responsible for both the accounting and finance department but also the management and integration of acquisition activities and process. Prior to joining Equian, Jennifer was a senior audit manager for KPMG leading audit engagements both public and nonpublic and both domestic and international. Jennifer is a certified public accountant and earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting from Butler University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Strategy Vision: Jennifer is passionate about Equian’s commitment to savings for our customers and dedicated to positioning Equian to become an industry leading payment integrity company. Jennifer is focused on our ability to recruit, retain and develop high caliber talent and prepared to invest toward integrated systems, analytics as well as training and collaboration across our divisions and regions. The goal is to integrate our division capabilities which contributes a unique set of offerings that collectively differentiates ourselves in the market.
Prior to coming to work at Equian, Dr. Tony Pelezo held important positions where his broad spectrum of knowledge in healthcare—coding and reimbursement, analytics, finance, clinical knowledge, project management, product development, marketing, revenue cycle, and comprehensive Medicaid and health plan knowledge—was utilized to save time and money. A few of those engagements are highlighted below:
Equian has grown to become one of the nation’s leading companies for healthcare reimbursement analysis and payment integrity. We have been voted one of 40 “Healthcare’s Hottest” by Modern Healthcare and have been recognized by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States. However, our success didn’t happen overnight. Check out the infographic below, which represents the history of our company: