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Highland Park, IL. , October 6, 2014 – Maestro Healthcare Technology today announced the appointment of Joseph Kinnett to Vice President of Sales. As a member of Maestro’s executive leadership, Mr. Kinnett will lead the sales strategy and development of the national sales team.

“Joseph’s extensive experience, which spans over 27 years as an industry leader will greatly benefit Maestro,” said Rob Butler, Founder of Maestro Healthcare Technology. “His proven track record within the medical benefit administration arena makes him a valuable addition to our executive team.”

Mr. Kinnett most recently served as a Regional Sales Director for Maestro Healthcare Technology managing the Southeast Region. Prior to his position with Maestro, Kinnett was Vice President of Sales for UMR, United Healthcare’s self-funded TPA business unit, where he played an instrumental role in UMR’s introduction and sales across the U.S. market. In this role, he led multifunctional teams in driving significant sales growth and successful execution of benefit solutions to National Account, Public Sector, and Small Group markets.

“Maestro is an innovative company that is introducing the latest healthcare solutions to the market by combining a leading-edge private exchange with an unparalleled service model,” said Joseph Kinnett. “I am excited to be joining the executive leadership team and look forward to contributing to Maestro’s future success.”

About Maestro Health™

Maestro Health (https://www.maestrohealth.com) is the only technology-meets-service platform delivering the most complete, all-in employee health & benefits management solution for brokers and employers. Our broad client base ranges from small employers to Fortune 1,000 organizations. We offer integrated “one stop shopping” for the employer market, along with private labeled exchange solutions—enabling brokers to brand the offerings as their own. Headquartered in Chicago, IL, Maestro Health owns and operates a proprietary private exchange and medical TPA, which allows the streamlined integration of care management to drive down costs for employers. Our business model is built around the belief that employee benefits work better when they work together as one solution.

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