CAQH, a non-profit alliance of health plans and related associations, creates shared, industry-wide initiatives and technology solutions to streamline the business of healthcare. Its goal is to reduce the administrative burden and related costs for providers, patients and health plans. Yuvi manages the Engineering, Program Management and Operations of all CAQH products, helping ease the burden of data collection from over 1.4 million Healthcare Providers for 900+ Plans and of the coordination of benefits processes for over 140 million patients.
Prior to joining CAQH, Yuvi was the Interim CIO at comScore, the digital engagement measurement company, that collects and processes over 64 billion transactions a day leveraging Hadoop (574 nodes, 17 PB) and Greenplum (800 TB) big-data environments. Yuvi developed the post-merger financial systems consolidation roadmap for a large acquisition, rebuilt the IT team and led the re-architecture of the core data-collection system on AWS.
Earlier, as the corporate CTO at The Washington Post Company (now Graham Holdings), a diversified and decentralized Education, Media, Healthcare and Manufacturing company, Yuvi collaborated with business-unit executives to develop innovative digital products and services leveraging the rapidly changing technology environment.
Previously, Yuvi was the CTO at Brassring, one of the first SAAS products to gain broad acceptance in global enterprises. This leading recruitment suite served 160,000+ users from 50 Fortune 500 customers and processed 1 million job applicants per month. Yuvi has worked at technology startups in Normandy (France), New York and Southern California.
Yuvi is the President of the Washington Area CTO Roundtable, a vibrant group of 260+ CTOs. The Roundtable meets regularly to review and discuss emerging technologies.