Seth WeilHEAD OF IMPLEMENTATION

Seth Weil

HEAD OF IMPLEMENTATION

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Seth Weil joined Call9 in late 2016 to focus on foundational operations and to prepare the organization for scale. He quickly realized the need to develop resources and create systems that would enable the efficient rollout of the Call9 service to the marketplace and set out to build that capability from the ground up. As Call9’s Head of Implementation, Weil provides strategic guidance and oversight to the integration of the Call9 service with its post-acute care partners. He is also intimately focused on enabling Call9’s expansion and building scalable operations across systems and teams within the organization.

Prior to Call9 and his startup career, Weil spent time in large, institutional settings. As a Operations Strategy professional with the Mount Sinai Health System, and former Management Consultant in PricewaterhouseCooper's Healthcare Advisory practice, Weil’s primary area of focus and experience has been in healthcare provider growth strategy and operations. A volunteer EMT since 2007, Weil draws on his experience in clinical practice as a guiding foundation for navigating the healthcare space and driving positive change.

Weil earned a B.A. in Psychology from Boston College, where he also completed coursework in Management & Leadership within the Carroll School of Management. While at Boston College, Weil also served on the leadership team of Boston College EMS, helping chart the organization’s evolution into one of the nation’s largest and most developed collegiate EMS agencies. To this day, he continues to serve as a volunteer EMT in his hometown on the Jersey Shore.

 

Lauren M. Post, MD, FACEPDIRECTOR OF ACUTE CARE SERVICES

Lauren M. Post,
MD, FACEP

DIRECTOR OF ACUTE CARE SERVICES

Lauren M. Post, MD, FACEP is the Director of Acute Care Services at Call9, encompassing both the acute and clinical decision units. To further the goals of high quality, coordinated care, she focuses on the organization of providers into a cohesive team and in improving clinician engagement. Currently, she is particularly interested in identifying and overcoming the challenges faced with remote employees.

Dr. Post completed medical school and her Emergency Medicine residency at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, also serving as chief resident. Prior to Call9, Dr. Post served as an associate medical director for facilities within the Hackensack Meridian Health System, as well as medical director for the community paramedicine program for the St. Joseph’s Hospital System in Paterson, NJ. She was an invited speaker at the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) webinar entitled, “The Physician vs Administrator Dynamic: Leveraging Differences Into Innovation.”

 

Nick CarrCONTROLLER

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Nick Carr

CONTROLLER

Nick Carr is the Controller for Call9. He joined in early 2018 to help build out the finance department.

Prior to Call9, Carr worked at Villagecare where he managed the finance department and implemented several processes and procedures to improve financial controls and reporting within the organization. He also led the financial planning and analysis process for all lines of business. Carr started his career in public accounting at Smolin Lupin where he audited assisting living facilities.

Carr graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in accounting. While at Hofstra, he started a club baseball team and would compete against local universities.