Apprio Names Healthcare Veteran David Wade as Chief Medical Officer

ApprioApprio has appointed David Wade, a 25-year healthcare veteran and former Hayes chief medical officer, to the CMO post and he will responsible for clinical health programs in support of federal agencies.

Apprio said Monday he will be in charge of the company’s offerings for agencies such as Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Health and Human Services, National Guard Bureau and U.S. Coast Guard.

“During his tenure as a doctor and his time working as a CMO, he has advanced federal health and promoted a more positive future for military medicine, ” said Apprio President Darryl Britt.

Wade is a former CMO at the FBI, deputy commander of the National Naval Medical Center, a surgical oncologist with the U.S. Navy and chief of staff of the National Capital Area multi-service market office.

He helped expand NNMC to be Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and integrate military healthcare delivery in the National Capital Area.

Additionally, Wade serves as co-organizer of the Hartford Consensus in efforts to advance survivability during mass casualty incidents.

Wade’s career includes leadership positions within the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and the Defense Department tricare management activity during his career.

He was the recipient of a number of military awards such as the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal and the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal.

Apprio delivers specialized health, defense and homeland security technology and services to federal agencies.

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