CNSI adds former Octo exec

CNSI said Thursday it has hired nearly two-decade health market veteran Doug Wilson as vice president of enterprise program management.

Wilson joins the health IT company from Octo Consulting, where he led the process engineering and improvement program.

He has held similar roles at companies such as Booz Allen Hamilton, CareFirst, Acentia and Maximus.

Rockville, Maryland-based CNSI has hired several executives in the past year since former Acentia CEO and Inova Health System executive Todd Stottlemyer became chief executive in December 2018.

Prior to Wilson, the most recent appointment was of former Optum executive Melissa Fannin to lead CNSI’s federal market strategy.

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