Dominic Paniccia has been appointed new CEO effective March 31, 2019. Paniccia succeeds Andrew Saltoun, who will continue to serve as a senior advisor to the organization.
Paniccia joined Integra Partners in 2016, first serving as chief financial officer, and was appointed president in 2018, assuming the day-to-day activities of the organization. In the past year under his leadership, the company has seen significant growth and looks to continue upon that progress as it continues to expand its network. Among Paniccia’s more recent achievements at Integra is the creation of a new customer-centric model which has improved operations and increased revenues.
Tom Croswell, president and CEO of Tufts Health Plan, and an Integra Partners board director, said: “This is a great time in the history of Integra Partners. We are grateful to Andrew for bringing the company to where it is today, and we are looking forward to working with Dom and his team to continue upon the positive results and momentum they have achieved in the past year.”
“I’m honored to be appointed to this position,” said Paniccia. “Integra is growing, and we’re focused on doing what we can to achieve our mission of reducing the friction in health care – making things easier for our clients, which includes health plans and providers – as we manage these benefits.”
Paniccia’s career has spanned several industries, including financial services, information management and health care. Prior to joining Integra Partners, he held leadership positions at American Express, AIG and CB Insights. He earned his M.B.A from Fordham University and his B.S. from Manhattan College.