Chief Clinical Officer, ERPHealth
Dr. Cori McMahon is a mission-driven digital health clinical leader and clinical health psychologist who brought 20 years’ experience as a key member of the senior team taking Tridiuum from a $4 million pre-investment value to a 12x value exit at the end of 2021.
She is currently the Chief Clinical Officer and Head of Customer Success for ERPHealth, a BH tech organization focused on outcomes tracking in mental health and SUD treatment and she spent the last decade as a research partner, then Vice President of Clinical Services for Tridiuum, a health technology organization and ecosystem acquired by New Directions Behavioral Health and now rebranded at Lucet Health. Dr. McMahon works cross-functionally, providing clinical oversight for all projects, serving as liaison with behavioral science, supporting sales and business development, informing product design for optimal end-user experience, providing clinical solution architecture, and consulting with partners on integrated behavioral health, value-based care, optimization of the platform, and patient-reported outcomes.
Dr. McMahon is an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine and former Director (10 years) of the Division of Behavioral Medicine at MD Anderson Cancer Center and Cooper University Hospital. She has experience in direct clinical care, graduate psychology and medical instruction, clinical supervision, and administrative oversight across behavioral health, academic, and medical settings. She has worked across clinical settings and built specialty in chronic disease management, including oncology, women’s health, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, and obesity. She currently maintains a leadership role in the Department of Infectious Disease Trauma-Informed Care initiatives and collaboration with NJ State.
Dr. McMahon has presented 40+ peer-reviewed projects nationally and chaired multiple panel discussions as SME on integrated behavioral health, measurement-based care, and patient-reported outcomes in digital health. She maintains faculty positions at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and La Salle University. She has recently begun a second 2-year term on the Advisory Panel for Outreach and Education (APOE) for CMS in Washington, DC.