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TruHearing Announces Addition of Jack Friedman to Board of Directors

Friedman to leverage experience growing complex managed care systems 

Jack Friedman, CEO of Providence Health Plan, has accepted a position on the TruHearing Board of Directors. Friedman brings to the position over 20 years of experience in managed care and will advise and consult on strategic business initiatives and contribute to the continued growth of TruHearing in the healthcare industry. Friedman started serving on the board in November of 2014.

“I’m excited to be a part of the TruHearing team as they continue to grow and expand their hearing aid benefit and discount offerings,” said Friedman. “They’ve proven they are a driver of increased hearing aid coverage in the healthcare space, and I can’t wait to help them achieve their mission of making hearing aids more affordable and accessible.”

Friedman serves as Chief Executive Officer of Providence Health Plan, a position he has held since 2000. He also serves as Senior Vice President of Accountable Care Services and Payer Relations for Providence Health & Services, a position he took on in 2012. In his time at Providence, he’s been responsible for strategic development and the improvement of the quality, cost, and access to Providence programs and services throughout the northeast, serving over 400,000 members and including the organization’s 5-Star Medicare Advantage plan.

“Jack Friedman brings deep experience and a breadth of industry knowledge to the table,” said TruHearing CEO, Tommy Macdonald. “We look forward to his guidance in positioning our products and offerings to best meet the evolving needs of our health plan partners and their members.”

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