The COVID-19 pandemic changed how consumers access care and brought health care payers and providers together to better enable providers to care for patients when they needed it most. Angie Meoli, Senior Vice President of Network Strategy and Provider Experience at Aetna, a CVS Health company, talks about some of the trends that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue after the pandemic ends.
Angela (Angie) Meoli is Senior Vice President, Head of Network Strategy and Provider Experience at Aetna, a CVS Health company. She leads network strategy and management, including strategic initiatives for achieving growth, affordability, product and local market objectives, for all medical and specialty lines of business. Ms. Meoli also oversees Aetna’s provider services organization with a focus on continuously improving the provider experience.
Previously, Ms. Meoli was Aetna’s local market president for the Mid-Atlantic Territory, where she was responsible for approximately two million members and more than $8.6 billion in revenue. She led local market strategy and oversaw sales, network development and P&L operations for commercial, specialty and government businesses.
Ms. Meoli joined Aetna in 2013, through its acquisition of Coventry Health Care, as the local market president of Georgia and the Gulf States. As market president, she led a combined team in the Georgia market through integration and migration, resulting in a combined book of business of more than 400,000 lives.
While at Coventry, Ms. Meoli served as Chief Operating Officer of Coventry Health Care of Georgia, Inc. and Chief Financial Officer of Coventry Health Care of LA, Inc. Prior to joining Coventry in 2004, she worked in employee benefits for The Home Depot and finance for PROMINA Health System, a provider-led HMO.
Ms. Meoli serves on the Aetna Enterprise Leadership Development Advisory Board and the Women’s Leadership Advisory Board. In addition, she is an executive sponsor of CVS Health’s military colleague resource group, BRAVE. Ms. Meoli serves on the Board of Directors of the Health Care Transformation Task Force and Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare. She is the National Chairperson for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, a member of the Advisory Board for the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) Philadelphia and a member of the POWER of Professional Women in Philadelphia.
Ms. Meoli holds a Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science from Pennsylvania State University. In 2018, she received the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Women of Distinction Award, which recognizes dynamic women in the Philadelphia area who inspire growth and development. She enjoys spending personal time running, swimming, gardening and cooking with her husband and daughter.
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