ForeSight was founded on the premise that the payment process for medical procedures that include surgical implants was lacking an intelligent, data-driven managed care solution for insurance carriers, employers, and third party administrators in workers’ compensation.
ForeSight delivers the first truly comprehensive surgical implant cost containment solution to the workers’ compensation marketplace. The complex surgical implant supply chain combined with the variable markup and billing practices of providers has created a difficult environment for payers to control this escalating cost driver. ForeSight has combined unmatched industry experience with a dynamic implant management platform, Fusion™, to deliver objective and defensible savings programs.
Our exclusive focus is centered on providing reliable, objective cost containment programs that are easy to implement, defensible, and provide peace of mind that appropriate payments are being made to healthcare providers for surgical implants.
Brian Bell brings over 10 years of sales and senior leadership experience in the healthcare and workers’ compensation markets to ForeSight. Responsible for leading all aspects of ForeSight’s strategy, Brian is a trusted senior advisor focused on building the ForeSight brand by delivering solutions that drive value and enhance customer experience. He has extensive expertise in business development, specialty product construction and deployment, building trusted partnerships, and delivering outstanding growth. In addition, Brian is a skilled operations and turnaround/restructure expert with a proven track record in supporting go-to market strategies, managing cultural change and employee alignment, and building national account acquisition and retention programs.
Prior to joining ForeSight, Brian served as vice president and general manager for PMSI’s Medical Services and Equipment Division, the nation’s leading provider of cost containment solutions for the workers’ compensation industry. Brian was responsible for sales, operations, product, and the development of strategic business alliances.
Prior to PMSI, Brian served as senior vice president of sales and marketing for Network Synergy Group (NSG), responsible for restructuring and driving sales to deliver sustainable and scalable productivity, which contributed to GENEX Services acquiring NSG in 2009. Previously he served in positions of progressive responsibility including regional vice president of pharmaceutical benefit management and regional director of ancillary services sales at Medical Services Company (MSC) and regional sales manager at Callaway Golf Company.
Brian holds a bachelor of science degree in agronomy from Florida A&M University.
Chief Operating and Information Officer
Bill is the COO and information officer for ForeSight Medical. Bill is responsible for directing the operational, technological, and financial activities of the company. Bill has extensive experience with small, high-growth companies including implementation of corporate structures, systems, and functions ranging in size from $50M with 50 employees to $3B with 3,000 employees.
Recently Bill has held several consulting roles working with pharmaceutical manufacturers, pharmaceutical supply chain companies, specialty pharmacies, health plans, TPAs, healthcare call centers, and lifestyle companies. The companies ranged in size from start-ups to Fortune 500 organizations.
Prior to his consulting roles, Bill served for five years as president, COO, and CAO of Access MediQuip, a private, equity-backed leading provider of outsourced implantable device solutions to the healthcare market. Prior to Access, Bill was the COO of the Fertility Centers of New England, a multisite, multistate fertility practice and ambulatory surgery center. Prior to his role at FCNE, Bill served for five years as vice president of operations and senior vice president of information management and technology at Priority Healthcare, a $3B, national provider of specialty pharmacy, specialty distribution, and clinical support services delivering complex biopharmaceuticals for cancer and other chronic diseases. Prior to Bill’s healthcare industry experience, he held various roles such as CIO, operations and customer service executive, and finance executive in the process manufacturing and distribution industries.
Bill has a MBA from Southern New Hampshire University, a CSS in administration & management from Harvard University, and a BA in biology from Merrimack College.
Chief Development Officer
Nathan Scoggin brings extensive senior leadership and significant insight into the surgical implant industry to ForeSight Medical.
Nathan’s healthcare industry experience and keen understanding of medical device manufacturing, supply chain management, and network infrastructure enables him to effectively deliver cost containment strategies in support of ForeSight’s workers’ compensation TPA/carrier and employer partners.
Prior to joining ForeSight Medical, Nathan held multiple leadership positions at Access MediQuip including vice president of network development and vice president of client management. Nathan was an instrumental leader during his seven-year tenure at Access MediQuip, the nation’s leading third party provider of surgical implants, as it grew from a small business concept into a national leader in its space. Nathan’s experience includes building diverse national networks of hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers, executing implementation strategies in partnership with large payers, and developing supply chain solutions with medical device manufacturers.
Nathan received his undergraduate degree in business administration from Whittier College and his MBA from The University of Connecticut School of Business.