Ann Kenny Named Federal Operations VP at KEPRO

Ann Kenny,VP of Federal Operations at KEPRO

Ann Kenny, formerly chief operating officer at consulting firm CRW and Associates, has joined health care management services provider KEPRO as vice president for federal operations, FedHealthIT reported Monday.

She brings to the role over three decades of experience in business development, public health, health information technology, training and operations in federal, state and commercial health markets.

Prior to CRW, Kenny served as VP of federal health at Telligen. She held senior leadership roles at Anthem’s National Government Services subsidiary, SRA International and Science Applications International Corp.

Harrisburg, Pa.-based KEPRO provides care and utilization management support, independent medical reviews and peer reviews and credentialing services to public and commercial clients.

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