Recuro Health Appoints New CFO to Lead Financial Strategy and Drive Growth

Recuro said Casten’s appointment comes at a crucial time as the company continues to navigate the ever-changing healthcare landscape while remaining committed to delivering exceptional value to clients and stakeholders.

Veteran healthcare financial executive Jason Casten has been appointed as the new chief financial officer at Coppell-based Recuro Health, a leading healthcare company revolutionizing patient experiences and redefining healthcare delivery.

Casten has a distinguished career over two decades in healthcare technology and brings a wealth of financial expertise and a track record of strong leadership to his role, Recuro Health said.

“Jason’s impressive financial background, leadership skills, and strategic thinking align perfectly with our company’s goals,” Phil Fasano, chairman and CEO of Recuro Health, said in a statement. “We are excited to welcome him to our team and believe that his appointment will be instrumental in driving our continued growth and success.”

Casten’s career has been characterized by notable achievements in healthcare technology leadership and financial positions, the company said. Casten has played crucial roles in a number of acquisitions, raising significant growth capital for operating companies, and achieving several successful exits.

“It is a great privilege to take on the role of Chief Financial Officer at Recuro Health. I am eager to utilize my financial expertise to foster strategic growth and bolster the company’s financial foundation,” Casten said in a statement. “Collaborating with the exceptional team at Recuro Health, I am dedicated to delivering outstanding value to our clients and stakeholders as we navigate the ever-evolving healthcare landscape and set the course for the company’s prosperous future.”

Casten previously was the CFO of MDLIVE, a telehealth provider that was acquired by Cigna in 2021. Recuro said that his strategic financial leadership significantly contributed to the success of the company.

Before MDLIVE, he was senior vice president, Corporate Development for Watermark Medical Holdings, where his financial knowledge contributed to the company achieving revenues exceeding $100 million from its startup phase.

Casten’s expertise also extends into private equity, the company said.

He was vice president in a middle-market private equity fund, providing advisory services to Fortune 100 clients. Also, as a member of the PwC Transaction Services team in New York City, he played a key role in leading private equity funds to success.

As CFO, Casten will oversee all financial aspects of the organization, including financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, and strategic decision-making. His experience in financial management, combined with his strategic thinking and problem-solving abilities, positions him well to optimize financial performance, enhance operational efficiency, and support Recuro’s long-term objectives, the company said.

Recuro said Casten’s appointment comes at a crucial time as the company continues to navigate the ever-changing healthcare landscape while remaining committed to delivering exceptional value to clients and stakeholders.

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