Centauri Health Solutions focuses on revealing care opportunities through our suite of products and services.
Our consultative and collaborative approach delivers compliant end-to-end solutions that leverage clinical data integration, complex analytics, workflow software, and high touch service. Through our integrated service offering, we help our clients close risk adjustment and quality care gaps.
We create value for clients by executing on the following core concepts:
Create and deliver software and services which increase collaboration and visibility to solve complex problems for clients
Improve lives by revealing care opportunities within our health system
Centauri Health Solutions' leadership team is comprised of seasoned healthcare executives from managed care organizations, pharmacy benefit managers and healthcare IT companies. Our collective team has an intimate understanding of the complex problems facing today's health system – and are committed to solving them in a better way for our clients and their members.
As CEO, Adam Miller brings more than twenty years of experience in executive health care roles with expertise in strategy, product development, sales, marketing, distribution and operations.
Mr. Miller’s combined healthcare experience includes Medicaid and Medicare programs, pharmaceutical services, medical devices and health care information technology related businesses. Based on his intimate understanding of healthcare, Mr. Miller formed the Centauri Health Solutions team, founded to provide an end-to-end solution that combines analytics, technology and services – with a consultative approach.
Previously, Mr. Miller served at CVS Caremark as executive VP of Medicare. He led CVS Caremark’s Medicare Part D businesses that included the company’s PDP (prescription drug plan) insurance companies, PBM (pharmacy benefit management) and related services. At CVS Caremark, he developed numerous Medicare Star solutions for their client base.
Prior to joining CVS Caremark, Mr. Miller’s experience included leading WellCare Health Plans’ Medicare business lines as senior VP of National Medicare and also overseeing the company’s regulatory and government affairs initiatives as part of WellCare’s turnaround.
Before joining WellCare, Mr. Miller held leadership positions at UnitedHealth Group as CEO of their Arizona Medicaid business and launched their first integrated Dual Special Needs Plan in Arizona. He also had responsibility for the Colorado and Utah Medicaid markets.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Miller was responsible for both medical device and healthcare information technology lines of business at GE Medical (now GE Healthcare.) Prior to GE, Mr. Miller was with the Boston Consulting Group where he developed strategies for clients designed to increase revenue and profitability across pharmaceutical, medical device, PBM, medical center and managed care lines of business.
Mr. Miller is a graduate of Harvard Business School and the undergraduate program at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Michelle Miller brings deep expertise in risk adjustment, information technology and data analytics.
Ms. Miller’s experience includes a broad healthcare background across payer and provider spaces, including Medicare Advantage, radiology benefit management, post-acute care, and renal dialysis revenue cycle management.
Most recently, Ms. Miller served as Cigna-HealthSpring’s VP of Risk Adjustment Services, leading all aspects of risk adjustment efforts for Medicare Advantage. Prior to her risk adjustment role, she held various IT leadership positions within the organization.
Prior to joining HealthSpring, Ms. Miller’s experience included leadership positions with Geriatrix, as VP of Information Systems during its start-up phase prior to becoming Inspiris, and as VP of Information Systems for MedSolutions during its strategic pivot from outpatient imaging to a leading radiology benefit management company.
Ms. Miller holds a Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and a Bachelor’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering from New Mexico State University.
Joining Centauri in January 2018 as Chief Revenue Officer, Mark brings 25 years of sales, marketing, and client services leadership in the healthcare analytical and services space with specific expertise in the Medicare Advantage, managed Medicaid and Commercial markets.
Most recently, Mark was president of Bloom, a sales and enrollment automation technology company based in Bloomington, Indiana. Prior to Bloom, Mark served as the Chief Sales Officer for Altegra Health, a national provider of technology-enabled payment solutions acquired by Change Healthcare in August 2015. Mark served in a similar role for Social Service Coordinators (SSC) since that company’s inception in 2000, before its 2010 acquisition by private equity firm, Parthenon Capital Partners to form part of Altegra Health. SSC administered dual eligible outreach and related social service and member retention programs on behalf of nearly two thirds of all Medicare Advantage enrollees throughout the country.
Mark also served as Director of Provider Administration for Paradigm Health, a national catastrophic injury management company based in the San Francisco Bay Area. At Paradigm, Mark was responsible for developing a national third-party network access strategy, including a national network of Centers of Excellence for the company’s catastrophic injury management business.
Earlier in his career, Mark was responsible for all member facing operations for Health Net of Arizona, where he was part of the leadership team that formed that company’s first Medicare health plan in the early 1990s.
As an executive with more than 20 years of healthcare technology and life sciences experience, Mr. Armknecht brings expertise leading the financial function of growth stage organizations.
Mr. Armknecht has experience in both the buy and sell side of mergers and acquisitions; scaling systems and processes to support rapid growth; and raising capital from institutional investors.
Mr. Armknecht has held senior finance positions at such companies as: Carefx; Harris Healthcare Solutions; Medical Manager; WebMD; Molecular Profiling Institute; Imaging Advantage; and Imaging Endpoints. He has facilitated several mergers of growth companies into public companies, and has implemented acquisitive growth strategies to rapidly scale organizations.
Mr. Armknecht holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Tepper School at Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Occidental College.
Mr. Jackson brings more than 20 years of experience in healthcare operations, business integration and customer relationship management to Centauri Health Solutions with extensive experience in business operations including managing Medicare and Medicaid programs.
While leading teams through the successful integration of systems, operations and organizations after mergers and acquisitions, Jeff has also served as a member of different management teams during the scaling of operations due to rapid growth.
Prior to joining Centauri, Jeff held executive leadership positions at CVS Health in information systems, PBM business operations, and Medicare Part D, Medicaid and planning merger integration. He started his career with IBM in roles in client management and sales.
Mr. Jackson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Stanford University.
Mike McNelis brings deep expertise in corporate strategy and product development, augmented by extensive experience in operations and service delivery.
Prior to joining Centauri Health Solutions, Mr. McNelis held executive roles at CVS Caremark, most recently as VP of Product Innovation and Business Development. During his tenure at CVS Caremark, Mr. McNelis held leadership roles in several areas of the organization, including product development, operations, client service, project management and information technology. During his last nine years at CVS Caremark, Mr. McNelis focused on government programs – specifically the development and roll-out of several strategic initiatives within Medicare.
Prior to joining CVS Caremark, Mr. McNelis was with Diamond Technology Partners (now part of PWC) and The Parthenon Group, where he consulted on corporate strategy, specifically the intersection of corporate strategy and technology. As a consultant, Mr. McNelis worked within a broad range of industries, including consumer products, telecommunications, business information and publishing.
Mr. McNelis holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Arts in Engineering from Dartmouth College.
With more than 28 years of experience within the healthcare industry, Mr. Griffin brings a broad knowledge of operations, training and strategic human resources support to his role.
Prior to joining Centauri Health Solutions, Mr. Griffin was the Senior Director of Human Resources, in support of Medicare Part D, Medicaid and Marketplace Exchanges for CVS Health. During his tenure at CVS Health, he held leadership roles in support of human resources strategy within CVS/pharmacy Retail, supporting field operations and CVS/Caremark PBM, supporting several business units including Sales and Account Services.
Beginning his career at Eckerd Drug, Inc., Mr. Griffin leveraged more than 10 years of retail store operations experience, into positions of increased responsibility within human resources. Ultimately, he expanded his role from Regional Human Resources Business Partner in the Houston, Texas market to become an Area Human Resources Director with responsibilities for four states, 700+ stores and 15,000 employees.
Mr. Griffin holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business from Sam Houston State University. He is also a member of the Society for Human Resources Management.