Mr. Tenace is the Founder & Chief Strategist of MOBĒ, LLC, a personalized program that empowers people on their path to a better life. He is responsible for leading all aspects of the business to guide individuals toward enhanced physical, emotional and social wellbeing that involves engaging in simple, achievable, healthy lifestyle activities.
Mr. Tenace has over 20 years of health care experience. Prior to joining MOBĒ, LLC Mr. Tenace held the position of Chief Strategy Officer and was responsible for developing, communicating, executing and sustaining strategic initiatives that would help drive the company’s future growth and profitability. Mr. Tenace also started two ACO companies as President and COO where he led the development of the business model, secured over $16 million in venture capital funding, oversaw the operations and technology build out, and led the business development and sales processes. Mr. Tenace also served as a Senior Executive at UnitedHealth Group where he served in various leadership roles. Notably, he led Quality and Affordability Programs, the collection of all UnitedHealth Group programs intended to impact the cost and quality of care for the 45 million commercial, Medicare and Medicaid lives UnitedHealth Group served. Through the various quality improvement programs he oversaw, UnitedHealth Group realized demonstrable savings of over $300 million, and trained over 5,000 Green Belts, Black Belts, and Master Black Belts.
Mr. Tenace has also been involved with the formation of national health care policy. He was asked to lead a team of national health care leaders in presenting approaches to reducing Medicare cost trends and improving quality to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. At UnitedHealth Group, Mr. Tenace was asked to present thoughts on the use of transparency and provider scorecards to improve population health and costs by the health care team for President George W. Bush. Additionally, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s health care team asked him to discuss options with them and the California state legislature for creating universal health coverage for the state.
Mr. Tenace received both a BS in Computer Science and an MBA from Clarkson University, where he graduated first in his class. He also served as a distinguished member of the U.S. Army National Guard for fourteen years, reaching the rank of Major.