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Premier Eye Care Names Chief Solutions Officer




He has more than 25 years of experience.

TAMPA, FL — Jeff Nowak, an experienced leader in healthcare operations and technology, has joined Premier Eye Care as chief solutions officer, where he is focused on addressing short- and long-term business challenges and opportunities with technology solutions.

Nowak joins Premier with more than 25 years of experience, including high-level operational roles at MedHOK Inc., Elsevier and WellCare Health Plans.

According to a press release: “He has deep experience in leading teams that use innovation and process improvement to help meet the evolving needs of customers. His leadership in these areas lines up well with the work and approach at Premier, which has a reputation for developing innovative delivery models for ophthalmic managed eye care, while also supporting high-quality ophthalmic disease management programs and customized financial models on behalf of their national health plan partners.”

Lorna Taylor, president and CEO of Premier, said: “At Premier, we continuously reinvent the paradigm of how best-practice business is done by harmonizing technology, people and innovative solutions to meet the ever changing needs of our nuanced and complex business environment. Jeff shares our vision, and his skills and experience are a great fit for us.”


Nowak said: “I get very excited working with smart, dedicated people who are using technology to solve complex business challenges. Premier leverages leading-edge technology while keeping, at its core, a focus on people. This unique combination of innovation, team collaboration, and commitment to quality is very powerful.”

Founded in 1994, Premier is headquartered in Tampa, FL, with offices in Boca Raton, FL, and Honolulu, HI. The company manages in excess of 25 million committed database transactions daily.



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