Morrisville, N.C. — Care Management Technologies, Inc. (CMT) has announced that Carol Duncan Clayton, PhD, has been named president. As part of the announcement, CMT also says the company will centralize all of its operations in the Raleigh-Durham Research Triangle Park area.
“Dr. Clayton is highly respected by her colleagues and peers in our industry and has the leadership qualities that CMT needs as it continues to grow its client base and product line," said CEO John J. McGovern.
Clayton will head a five-person senior management team, including: Kevin Howat, vice president in charge of business development; Michael Croghan, vice president and leader of the technology group; Harold Carmel, MD, vice president and director of the clinical services team; Susan Clifton, director, who leads CMT's account management group, and Doug Hillman, Controller and head of the finance group.
Clayton had been CMT’s senior vice president of operations. She is a licensed psychologist with 20 years of healthcare experience in the public and private sector, including non-profit and private practice work. She received her PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Before joining CMT, Clayton was the Executive Director for the North Carolina Council of Community Programs, a not-for-profit organization that provides advocacy, technical support, and training on legislative and public policy issues facing public sector community-based MH/DD/SA services.
Prior to that, Clayton served as the Executive Director for Magellan Health Services for the South Atlantic states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia. In that capacity, she oversaw risk and non-risk-based behavioral healthcare services for over two million lives.