CoverMyMeds co-founder and CEO Matt Scantland is leaving the company. Senior VIce President David Holladay has been promoted to president.

CoverMyMeds, one of the region’s fastest growing and most admired technology companies, has promoted two senior executives to run the business as co-founder and CEO Matt Scantland prepares to leave and Chief Operating Officer Michelle Brown takes a new role.

Senior Vice President David Holladay is now president at CoverMyMeds and Scott Gaines is COO. The two executives were senior vice presidents of the company’s payer and provider solutions groups, respectively.

Seen as a beacon for the rise of central Ohio’s startup scene, CoverMyMeds made waves becoming the first startup in Ohio history to be sold for $1 billion or more when it was acquired in 2017 by pharmaceutical distributor McKesson Corp. for $1.3 billion. The Columbus health care technology company founded in 2008 has doubled in size every year. It now has about 1,000 employees across offices at Miranova, at 41 S. High St. and in the Cleveland area.

Continue reading Katy Smith's interview with CoverMyMeds co-founder, Matt Scantland, at Columbus CEO.