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Abbe Udochi is the CEO of Concierge Healthcare Consulting (CHC) a care management practice in New Rochelle, New York.  Abbe founded the practice to make healthcare options easier to find and understand, and to simplify navigation for the aging and/or disabled and their caregivers.  CHC provides service customized to client needs including advocacy, care planning and management, family-caregiver coaching, and searches for health services, senior housing, and providers.

Abbe has been a leader in the public health insurance industry since 1996.  She is an independent director on the Fidelis Care-NY/Centene Board of Directors.  Fidelis is the largest public health insurance health plan in New York State and covers 1.7 million children and adults of all ages and stages of life.

While part of an executive leadership team at another large, New York City-based, public health insurance company, she led the health plan’s Medicaid, HARP and Child Health Plus lines of business.  These programs generated over $800M in combined revenue and represented 66% of the health plan’s total revenue. As senior vice president of government relations and healthcare policy, she advocated for member needs and healthcare reform for the poor in Washington, DC and Albany, New York.

Abbe has held board leadership roles with YouthBridge-NY, New York City Mission Society and the Harlem Business Alliance, all Manhattan-based organizations.  She currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors for the New York Covenant Community Development Corporation in New Rochelle, NY.  She is a member of numerous organizations that serve the interests of the elderly including Orion Resource Group, Central Westchester Geriatric Committee and she serves on the Diversity Task Force of the Aging Life Care Association (ALCA).

Abbe’s devotion to faith, family, and community fuels her passion to ensure people have the information and resources they need to make the best decisions for themselves and their loved ones.