Dina has named healthcare veteran Sherman Sanchez as its new president. In this role, Sanchez will collaborate with the executive team to steer the company’s continued growth and innovation strategy.

Sanchez brings a 20-year track record of high growth and transformation across the healthcare ecosystem, focusing on growth strategy, go-to-market and product strategy, and driving commercialization efforts with a deep focus on top-line growth. 

He has held leadership positions for healthcare technology firms including Pager, Cotiviti, HMS (acquired by Veritas Capital in 2021), BioIQ, NextHealth Technologies, and MedeAnalytics (acquired by Thoma Bravo).

“Sherman has a clear understanding of our market and extensive experience working with payers and providers that want to leverage digital solutions to improve home-based care,” said Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah. “He will be a valuable leader as we embark on the next phase of our growth journey and we’re thrilled to welcome him to the team.” 

Earlier in his career, Sanchez held business development positions at Health Data Management Solutions (HDMS), an Aetna company, and Mercer. Sanchez also co-founded D2Hawkeye, Inc., a leading healthcare analytics company that was acquired by Verisk Health.

“Dina is a forward-thinking company that is addressing the challenges of coordinating and accessing care with an elegant solution that is both scalable and interoperable,” said Sanchez. “I’m excited to be part of an organization that is solving a ‘big rock’ problem in a new, creative way.”

Tim Coulter, who served as Dina’s interim president and chief operating officer, remains in his role as COO.

“Sherman has a long track record of driving differentiated and sustainable growth with innovative healthcare technology and data companies,” said Andrew Walsh, managing director at First Analysis. “We’re excited to pair his commercial expertise with the powerful Dina platform to improve access to care for more Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries.”

New Capital to Fuel Growth

Earlier this year, First Analysis, a leading venture capital investor, led a $7 million Series B round, with participation from existing investors Osage Venture Partners and First Trust Capital Partners, LLC. 

In December, SCAN Group, a mission-driven organization whose holdings include SCAN Health Plan, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit Medicare Advantage Plans, made a strategic investment in Dina. SCAN is also a Dina customer. 

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