Combs New Chief Financial Officer for QHS
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Easton, MD, February 13, 2013—Rebecca Combs, MBA has joined Quality Health Strategies (QHS) as the company’s Chief Financial Officer. In this role, Ms. Combs oversees the financial management of QHS and the subsidiary companies—Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Delmarva Foundation for the District of Columbia, Health Integrity, and Quality Health Foundation. “We are pleased to have Rebecca join our management team,” said Dr. Fredia Wadley, President and CEO of QHS. “She brings the financial experience and insight critical to QHS’s continued growth as a leader in improving health services and programs across the company.”
“I am excited to work with QHS—a company that has such a substantial impact on the health and well-being of so many people across the country,” said Combs. “QHS has an effect on large scale federal and state government programs as well as a direct impact on the health and services of individuals. I look forward to the challenge of dealing with such a broad spectrum of services and working with the talented people that make up the company.”
Ms. Combs has extensive experience in planning and disciplined execution within the defense sector ensuring that efforts are appropriately resourced and effectively managed. Her early experience in financial management of programs and accounting processes provided the strong foundation to effectively lead high performing organizational teams.
Prior to joining QHS, Combs was Senior Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at Engility (formerly L3 Communications) and, prior to that, Finance Director at The Patuxent Partnership. She also held the position of Chief Financial Officer at Coherent Systems International Corp and Financial Operations Manager at Northrop Grumman PRB Systems.
Ms. Combs earned her Master of Business Administration from the Florida Institute of Technology and her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Kansas State University.