Accra Names New COO; ConcertoCare Hires Chief Growth Officer

Accra executive lands promotion

Accra has promoted Susan Morgan to the role of chief operating officer.

The Minnetonka-based Accra is the largest provider of home care services in Minnesota. Among its offerings, the nonprofit company delivers assisted living, home health and mental health services, caring for more than 9,000 clients statewide.

Previously, Morgan served as Accra’s chief program officer. Before that, she was the company’s chief compliance officer.


In her new role as chief operating officer, Morgan will be responsible for operational performance and the overall client and caregiver experience, according to Accra, which has helped its client live independently for more than 25 years.

“Susan’s leadership is critical to Accra’s ability to deliver exceptional home care services in every county across Minnesota,” John Dahm, Accra’s president and CEO, said in a press release. “With her operational expertise and unique understanding of the home care experience, Susan is well equipped to help guide Accra through future expansion of services and collaborations with new partners in the health care system.”

ConcertoCare appoints chief growth officer

ConcertoCare has hired Nevada Griffin to be its next chief growth officer.


Backed by Deerfield Management Company, the Aliso Viejo, California-based ConcertoCare offers in-home primary care, virtual care and PACE services to dual-eligible seniors and those enrolled under Medicare Advantage.

In his new role, Griffin will lead the company’s business development, growth strategy and marketing.

“Nevada’s understanding of the challenges associated with access to health care, coupled with his tremendous skills and experience in transformative health care settings, make him a valuable asset to the company as we venture to serve a wider network of vulnerable patients nationwide,” Dr. Julian Harris, chairman and CEO of ConcertoCare, said in a statement.

Prior to his appointment, Griffin was interim co-head of Uber Health, where he led business development and strategic partnerships. Before that, he was an expert consultant at McKinsey & Company’s health care practice.

Additionally, ConcertoCare recently named Dr. Amy Flaster its chief medical officer. Flaster previously served as the senior vice president of population health at Health Catalyst.

“ConcertoCare” was formed in February following the merger of ConcertoHealth and Perfect Health.

“The care models, technology platforms and cultures of Perfect Health and ConcertoHealth were incredibly complementary and provide the foundation for a new company,” Harris told HHCN at the time.

Clover Health adds new board member

William Robinson has joined Clover Health Investments Corp. (Nasdaq: CLOV) as a member of its board of directors. Clover Health is a San Francisco-based Medicare Advantage insurer.

The company’s in-home care model utilizes technology, including data analytics and machine learning, to identify its highest-risk members. It then finds solutions to lower their risk of adverse health events.

As a member of Clover Health’s board of directors, Robinson will serve as chair of the talent and compensation committee.

“Bill’s track record of building and leading world-class operational and HR teams for global companies is unparalleled,” Vivek Garipalli, CEO of Clover Health, said in a press release. “His expertise and guidance as chair of Clover’s talent and compensation committee will contribute greatly to our success as a publicly traded health technology company, and we are thrilled to have him on board.”

Previously, Robinson served as executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Sabre (Nasdaq: SABR), a software and technology provider. 

Before that, Robinson was the senior vice president and chief human resources officer at Coventry Health Care, where he played a key role in executing the sale of the business to Aetna.