SleepQuest, Inc. a leading national provider of comprehensive care management services for obstructive sleep apnea announced that Bill Vandervennet joined as President and Chief Operating Officer on January 1st.

Robert Koenigsberg, Founder and CEO, said, “We are excited about Bill joining our team. He brings considerable experience with developing and growing healthcare businesses. He brings extensive experience scaling businesses from regional players to growing into a national brand.”

Bill Vandervennet brings over 25 years experience in healthcare leadership positions, most recently as Chief Operating Officer for URAC, an accrediting organization based in Washington, D.C.  As an executive leader with expertise in healthcare operations and business development, Bill has helped numerous companies build their healthcare services for rapid growth. He has led organizations to grow organically and through new business development improving the financial results and ROI for shareholders.

Bill Vandervennet said, “I’m impressed with SleepQuest’s approach to providing patient centered care through a collaborative clinical model that brings physicians, payers and medical suppliers together to give the patient a comprehensive program of early diagnosis, prompt and effective treatment that improves the quality of care while reducing the costs.”

About SleepQuest:

SleepQuest improves medical outcomes for patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and delivers cost savings for them and payers across the country.  The company provides a population health business strategy and plan with a patient centered continuum of care encompassing screening, diagnostic sleep testing, sleep therapy, patient education and on-going care. SleepQuest is accredited by the Joint Commission as a full service provider of home based sleep care services offered regionally through its patient care centers, nationally and globally through its web-based and tele-health services.

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