NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ara Ohanian—CEO, Entrepreneur, Executive, and Coach— will bring his expertise and experience to the role of Head of Network Development at Unite US, a fast-growing technology company revolutionizing access to healthcare and social services, with the ability to coordinate care, track referrals, and report outcomes between agencies and across communities.
Mr. Ohanian is an expert in building high-margin, global, B2B Cloud & SaaS Businesses. As a senior executive of Infor and CEO of Certpoint, Ohanian led tech solutions powering leading brands including: Toyota, The Cancer Treatment Centers of America, The United Nations, and L’Oreal. He is proud of his role as entrepreneur in residence at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) and is looking forward to bringing his knowledge and business acumen to Unite US’ growing presence around the country.
“The Unite US founders are amazing visionary thinkers. After serving their country with honor, they created a business to help Veterans and now civilians in need by creating a platform to enable providers to work together more efficiently. It feels great to be part of a company that is truly innovative and making a positive impact on a community’s overall health!” said Mr. Ohanian.
“We are excited to bring Ara’s guidance and capabilities to our growing team. As we continue to shift the industry’s offline and manual referral process to an online coordination of care, we looked for someone who can expand and scale our vision to integrate health and human service delivery. We are encouraged by the significant improvements in client outcomes and gained efficiencies thus far and look forward to Ara’s leadership as we continue to expand.” Co-Founder & CEO, Daniel Brillman of Unite US said.
Mr. Ohanian joins Unite US Co-Founders, Daniel Brillman, Taylor Justice, and Andrew Price at the company’s New York City headquarters.
About Unite US
Unite US is a technology platform reinventing the delivery of health, employment, and human services. The company is disrupting the fragmented health and human services industry by enabling government agencies and community organizations to coordinate and deliver services through networks of providers who together can better meet the comprehensive needs of their constituents.