MNCM welcomed new Chief Operating Officer Liz Cinqueonce to the staff in October. Cinqueonce has more than 20 years of experience in organizational management, health policy and government affairs.
Prior to MNCM, Cinqueonce served as Executive Director of Southern Prairie Community Care, a 12-county joint powers organization that operates a Minnesota Integrated Health Partnership focused on improving quality and managing total cost of care for more than 28,000 enrollees in Minnesota Health Care Programs; and a State-certified Health Information Organization marketed statewide as CareTrac.
She previously served as executive vice president of the Minnesota Pharmacists Association after years of service as vice president of public affairs. Her experience includes five years in state government management, including positions in the Office of Health Information Technology and the Health Economics Program at the Minnesota Department of Health and in the Performance Management and Quality Improvement Division at the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Cinqueonce succeeds Tina Frontera in the COO role. Frontera, will continue at MNCM as a Senior Consultant until her retirement at the conclusion of 2017.