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Ankota Appoints Sara Moore as Chief Operating Officer

For Immediate Release: December 2, 2019

Ankota Appoints Sara Moore as Chief Operating Officer

Boston, MA (December 1, 2019) – As Ankota continues to expand its operational scope, Ankota is proud to announce the promotion of Sara (Ebers) Moore as Chief Operating Officer (COO). In this capacity, Sara leads the professional services team responsible for customer onboarding, project management, and customer support. Sara also oversees Ankota's HR and business processes across all functions.

Before joining Ankota in 2017, Sara spent 10 years in project coordination and project management in the medical and non-medical Home Care space. Her focuses in those roles were in healthcare administration, specifically in Adult/Pediatric Therapy, Orthopedics, Private Duty Home Care and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Sara used Ankota's software at the home care division of Christian Horizons (Springfield, IL) and also held positions of increasing responsibility with HSHS St. Johns Hospital (also in Springfield, IL).

Her ability to establish and implement processes across a broad spectrum of health care settings has translated well into Ankota, where she established Ankota's processes for implementation and support (using Monday.com), and how they integrate with sales processes (in HubSpot CRM) and development processes (in JIRA).

Sara is beloved by Ankota's customers and has grown a project management and support team based on her customer-first mindset and passion for efficiency. Sara is a graduate of the University of Illinois, Urbana – Champaign, IL and is aspiring to receive her PMP certification in Summer of 2020.

About Ankota

Ankota™ enables the next generation of home care, understanding the rapid growth of the elderly population and the shifts to managed care and population health. The highly customizable software offers full home care agency and Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) management including telephony, GPS, fobs and biometric authentication. It manages people, payers and programs via configurable business rule sets and supports optimized delivery of care in homes, readmission reduction, individualized plans of care and cost controls. Sophisticated scheduling algorithms support managing non-skilled and professional workers in post-acute markets that include home care (Medicaid, Private Pay, VA and more) and related segments including Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs), Centers for Independent Living (CILs) and more. Visit Ankota at https://www.ankota.com/.

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