Jennifer Anderson provides leadership for services that promote advances in clinical effectiveness through technology adoption and analysis of electronic data. Jennifer has experience implementing hospital and ambulatory health information systems, as well as managing a medical group practice. She received her Masters of Health Services Administration from the University of Arkansas and is a certified Project Management Professional. Jennifer is a member of the North Carolina Medical Society’s Quality of Care and Performance Improvement Committee and a member of the North and South Carolina Regional Extension Center planning groups.
Sarah Fuquay graduated from North Carolina State University in Raleigh with Bachelor of Science degrees in Accounting and Business Management. Ms. Fuquay, a Certified Public Accountant, is a member of the American Institute for Certified Public Accountants and the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants. She joined MRNC in 1989 as the Accounting Manager. Prior to that, she worked in the public accounting field for 10 years.
Doug Hardy joined CCME in 2007 and is responsible for the computer systems in use at the company. Prior to joining CCME, Doug spent four years as an IT Director with Constella Group supporting a variety of human health care-related contracts. As a Senior Director of IT Operations with Quintiles, Doug was responsible for computer systems supporting the company’s clinical trials. Prior to these positions, Doug was employed by ManTech Environmental as a Program Manager, with responsibility for technical and health-related contracts with the Environmental Protection Agency. Doug received his Masters in Business Administration from Duke University and his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mercer University.
Mark Massing earned his MD from Duke University and was a post-doctoral fellow in cardiovascular disease epidemiology at the University of North Carolina where he received his PhD in epidemiology. In his role as a clinical epidemiologist at CCME, Dr. Massing is involved with several projects related to improving care for North Carolina Medicare beneficiaries with diabetes. He is a member of the North Carolina Diabetes Advisory Council and the American Diabetes Association. He is an adjunct assistant professor at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health. His research interests include cardiovascular disease, epidemiology and related social, economic, and environmental factors.
Jill McArdle, a native of Pittsburgh, PA, graduated from Capital University in Columbus, OH, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. She received a Master of Science degree in Public Health, Health Policy and Administration, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to joining CCME, Ms. McArdle was a certified critical care nurse. In her role as director of federal programs & services at CCME, Ms. McArdle oversees the Quality Improvement Organization contracts in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Leslie Meilhon has been employed by CCME since 1988. During this time she has been involved in all aspects of Medicaid review. Prior to her work with CCME, Ms. Meilhon held clinical positions in adult critical care and medical-surgical units, as well as directing a hospital-based home health agency. Ms. Meilhon is currently responsible for the management of CCME’s state contracts in North and South Carolina.
Ms. Postal has been employed by CCME for more than 17 years. She is well known to providers and stakeholders for her work in public awareness campaigns, including immunizations, mammography screenings, stroke prevention, heart disease prevention, and diabetes prevention. She helped establish the SC Coalition for Older Adult Immunizations and the SC Mammogram Coalition. She has extensive experience in health care consumer outreach, media relations, public relations, social marketing, and government relations. Ms. Postal is the administrator for the SC Alliance for Medical Excellence and is the contract administrator for the NC DHHS Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Task Force media contract and the SC DHEC Immunization media contract.
Melinda received her Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs, emphasis in Public Relations, from Columbia College. Prior to working at CCME, Melinda was employed with former Governor Richard W. Riley’s Press Office and the Columbia College Public Relations Department.
Ruth Stalvey, a native of North Carolina, received both her BA and MBA degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to joining CCME in 1989, she held human resources and administrative positions with a property management firm and a consortium of private foundations making grants to health care organizations. Ms. Stalvey serves on the Board of Directors for the Carnivore Preservation Trust, an animal sanctuary located in Pittsboro, North Carolina.