New Chief Financial Officer brings years of healthcare and leadership experience to propel Wayspring’s mission and drive growth
Nashville, Tenn. — Wayspring, a value-based healthcare organization that provides medical, behavioral health, and social support services to people with complex needs, today announced the hire of Bob Waegelein as Chief Financial Officer. Waegelein rounds out an experienced leadership team to manage the company’s continued growth in the substance use disorder value-based care space.
“We’ve reached a pivotal milestone in our growth. Bringing on a new CFO with diverse and strategic leadership experience will help us continue to scale and enhance the solutions we provide,” said Carter Paine, Chief Executive Officer of Wayspring.
In his new capacity as CFO, Waegelein will lead financial activities across the organization and will drive financial strategy and innovation.
“We’re pleased to welcome Bob as the CFO of Wayspring,” said Paine. “This is the second time I’ve had the opportunity to partner with him in building a transformational company. He’s an exceptional talent with a breadth of experience across value-based care organizations that will position us well for our continued growth.”
Waegelein has spent over a decade working in financial operations leadership roles at value-based care organizations. Prior to joining Wayspring, he served as Senior Vice President of Finance at Monogram Health, where he led financial operations for the organization and built the finance, medical economics, and actuarial teams. Prior to that, he served as CFO of PopHealthCare, and was one of the first employees at naviHealth, where he supported finance, business development, and operations.
“I have been deeply impressed by Wayspring’s commitment to addressing the whole-person needs of members, as well as the quality of their leadership team and their culture of caring, which is evident in every facet of the company,” Waegelein, new CFO of Wayspring, said.
Wayspring will expand into two new states in 2023 and has two additional markets slated for 2024.