Care Coordinate, a statewide network that provides access to high-quality and cost-effective home and community-based services, has named Sean Rogers as its managing director.
A senior-level executive with extensive home care and community-based experience, Rogers most recently served as vice president of Strategy and Development at Amedisys, a leading provider of in-home healthcare for older adults. Additionally, he has held state government leadership positions at the Executive Office of Elder Affairs where he served as director of Operations, and with the Department of Mental Health as director of Budget and Core Services for the metro-suburban region.
In this new position, Rogers will leverage the strength of Care Coordinate’s network of Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs) to offer a single, statewide entity for insurance plans, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), and other providers and payers to manage and administer long-term services and supports that drive quality care and improved outcomes for its partners. Services offered include in-home case management, care transitions, provider network management, third-party billing and claim operations, and consultative solutions.
“With Sean’s extensive knowledge of healthcare and the home care industry, I am confident that his leadership will add value to the ASAP network.,” said Nicole Long, Chief Executive Officer of Old Colony Elder Services (OCES), the Brockton-based ASAP. “I look forward to working with him to reach people especially in underserved geographic areas who need these vital support services.”
Rogers received his education and training in Human Resource Management, Financial Systems, Administration and Leadership from the United States Coast Guard. He currently serves on the Home Care Aide Council Board of Directors and as president of the Board of the Home Care Aide Foundation.