Premise Health EVP of Operations selected for the Nashville Health Care Council Fellows Class of 2023

The Nashville Health Care Council announced the 2023 class of the Nashville Health Care Council Fellows. Premise Health’s EVP of Operations Leah Cathey was selected as one of the 30 council members. These fellows are comprised of healthcare leaders across the industry most apt to drive the future of healthcare.  

The Nashville Health Care Council was founded in 1995 and has grown to support 300 corporate members, both local and national. Its aim is to contribute to the future of healthcare by providing opportunities for education, leadership, and networking. The Fellows will participate in a five-month intensive educational program led by a faculty of industry experts who will address topics such as innovation from inside and outside healthcare, social determinants of health, and how to transform the industry to be more equitable and inclusive. 

At Premise Health, we focus every day on breaking down barriers to access, providing whole-person care, and optimizing easy-to-use technology to help people get, stay, and be well. It is no small feat, given the complexities within the healthcare ecosystem,” says Cathey. “Contributing to what we’ve done at Premise in accomplishing this and learning from other thought leaders in the healthcare industry is one of the many aspects of the Council Fellows that I am excited to be a part of.” 

Cathey’s appointment to the Nashville Health Care Council Fellows is the third from Premise since the program’s inception. Beth Ratliff, chief operating officer, and Ryan Donnelly, head of growth and strategy, are program alumni. 

Read more about the 2023 Council Fellows in the full press release from NHCC.