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Positioning the Company for operational excellence and further growth.
Huntington Beach, CA (December 06, 2017): Landmark Health announced today that Christopher Goldsmith has been named President.
“As President, Chris will focus on aligning strategy, resourcing, and implementation across our field Operations, Innovation, Technology and Support functions,” states Adam Boehler, Landmark’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO). “This level of coordination and alignment will be critical as we look ahead to Landmark’s next phase of growth.”
Chris brings to Landmark more than 15 years of experience in healthcare operations, finance and strategy. He was most recently with Envision Physician Services, where he served as Senior Vice President (SVP) of Operations over the largest anesthesia business in the country. Prior to Envision, Chris served as SVP of National Practice Operations in Optum’s Local Care Delivery business, where he managed P&L for risk-based medical groups in Southern California. Chris received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Duke University and his MBA from INSEAD, France Campus.
A Time of Growth
Landmark Health has been executing on its vision of providing high quality medical care to the frailest patients in the country. The result has been a significant improvement in quality outcomes combined with a reduction in unnecessary and costly hospitalizations. These results are propelling growth through new partnerships, business lines and innovation collaborations.
Chris’ experience complements that of Landmark’s founders and other leaders. His dedicated focus on maintaining corporate values through times of growth will help preserve Landmark’s culture of doing whatever it takes to provide the best care for patients.
Learn more about Chris and Landmark’s full leadership team at: www.landmarkhealth.org.
Landmark is an industry leader of home-based medical care for patients with complex health needs. Its community-based, physician-led medical teams specialize in house calls and deliver medical, behavioral, social and palliative care to individuals with multiple chronic conditions wherever they reside, and whenever they need it. Landmark’s teams of mobile clinicians collaborate with patients’ families, caregivers and other medical providers to bring coordinated healthcare to people who need it the most. Landmark delivers medical care in fourteen locations across the country. For more information, visit www.landmarkhealth.org.