Hogge’s Growth-Driven Expertise Bolsters ĤƵ’s Next Phase of Growth and Innovation

March 7, 2024 – ĤƵ (NYSE: MPLN) (“ĤƵ” or the “Company”), a leading value-added provider of data analytics and technology-enabled end-to-end cost management, as well as payment and revenue integrity solutions to the U.S. healthcare industry, today announced that Jerry Hogge will join the Company as Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Hogge is a highly accomplished operational and commercial leader who has excelled within the healthcare and telecommunications industries for over 30 years. He has a wide range of experience driving operational efficiency and growth in complex technology and services environments by leveraging new and existing technology products to expand market share, open new sectors, and diversify solution offerings. Hogge most recently served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer at CALIBRE Systems Inc. where he was responsible for both revenue growth and company operations. Before that, he was Senior Vice President at MITRE where he grew the Public Sector business from $650M to $900M in under three years. Prior to MITRE, Hogge led the Federal Health Solutions business at Leidos, more than doubling revenues from $300M to over $750M in six years and was the lead executive responsible for the $4.3B, ten-year contract award of the Defense Health Management System Modernization (DHMSM) program.

“Jerry brings a unique blend of operational excellence, strategic thinking, product development, team leadership, and expertise that aligns perfectly with the needs of our company as we take an aggressive step forward to get Fit for Growth and drive ĤƵ forward,” said Travis Dalton, CEO of ĤƵ. “As ĤƵ advances through the next phase of its evolution, I look forward to working closely with Jerry to refine and expand our service and solution offerings to bring enhanced value to our current customers as well as enable expansion into new customer verticals to bend the cost curve, and drive transparency, fairness, efficiency and affordability in the delivery of healthcare.”

As COO of ĤƵ, Hogge will oversee day-to-day operations to ensure clarity, alignment and accountability, and a disciplined focus on operational efficiency and effectiveness that will position the organization for growth. Hogge’s focus will also include expanding upon ĤƵ’s performance and accountability culture, ensuring that the full value and potential of our recent and past acquisitions are fully integrated and realized, by leading and working with the exceptional existing ĤƵ leadership team.

“I couldn’t be more delighted and honored to be a part of the ĤƵ team, and I look forward to working alongside the 2,800 professionals that have made the company such a great success.” said Hogge. “ĤƵ’s unwavering commitment to delivering fairness, efficiency, and affordability to the healthcare system is inspiring, and I’m excited to join the organization as we take the company to a new phase of accelerated growth through new offerings, new markets, and refined and scalable operational approaches.”

ĤƵ’s appointment of Hogge as COO continues the momentum of the recent growth plan-oriented announcement of Travis Dalton as ĤƵ’s new CEO.

About ĤƵ

ĤƵ is committed to delivering affordability, efficiency, and fairness to the US healthcare system by helping healthcare payors manage the cost of care, improve their competitiveness, and inspire positive change. Leveraging sophisticated technology, data analytics, and a team rich with industry experience, ĤƵ interprets customers’ needs and customizes innovative solutions that combine its payment and revenue integrity, network-based, analytics-based, and data and decision science services. ĤƵ is a trusted partner to over 700 healthcare payors, brokers, employers and groups, and supplemental carriers in the commercial health, government, and property and casualty markets. For more information, visit .

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