NEWPORT BEACH, CA. (April 16, 2018) — Integrated Oncology Network Holdings, LLC (“ION”), announced today that Ryan E. White joins ION as the Executive Vice President, Corporate Compliance Officer.
Prior to ION, Mr. White was the Compliance Officer for DaVita Health Plan of California. Mr. White has extensive audit, compliance, investigations, privacy and regulatory experience and is skilled in the implementation of global compliance programs, risk assessments, policies, internal control procedures, and the comprehensive analysis of exposure issues related to internal and government audits and investigations.
Previously, Mr. White served as the Senior Director of DaVita HealthCare Partners National compliance program. Mr. White has also worked in senior compliance and legal roles at Allergan Inc. and McKesson Corp.
“ION’s core values are cemented around conducting ourselves with integrity and in compliance with all healthcare laws and regulations, and adding Ryan’s expertise to our team demonstrates our dedication to our existing corporate compliance program and our longstanding policies and procedures,” stated Jeffrey Goffman, CEO of ION.
Integrated Oncology Network Holdings, LLC and its subsidiaries (“ION”) provides management services to physicians and hospitals with a focus on cancer center services. ION expert management includes cancer center operations, revenue cycle management, compliance, accounting, IT, contracting and patient care coordination and navigation. For more information on ION, please visit our web site at www.ion-llc.com.
Contact: Wendy Gubman
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