Monica Oss – What Does PsychU Mean To You?

During this interview, Monica Oss explains what PsychU means to her and how mental health professionals can collaborate with each other.

Monica Oss, M.S. is the founder of OPEN MINDS. For the past two decades, Ms. Oss has led the OPEN MINDS team and its research on health and human service market trends and its national consulting practice. Prior to founding OPEN MINDS, Ms. Oss served as an executive with a national managed behavioral health organization, with responsibility for market development and for actuarial analysis and capitation-based rate setting. She also held a position as a vice president of the U.S. risk management and underwriting division of an international insurance company. Ms. Oss has been the keynote speaker at the conferences of dozens of national associations and has been published in a wide range of professional journals and trade publications.

Paul Duck is a Senior Associate at OPEN MINDS. Previously, Mr. Duck has served in roles such as Vice President, Strategy & Development for Beacon Health Options, the Vice President of Business Development for Netsmart Technologies, Chief Executive Officer for Coastal Orthopedics, and Chief Executive Officer of Florida Radiology Imaging (FRi). Mr. Duck earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Case Western Reserve University and his Associate of Arts in Electronic Engineering Technology from the Electronic Technology Institute.

Monica Oss is a paid speaker of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc.

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