PLANO, Texas, March 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- LifeCare Health Partners, a leading healthcare services provider, has announced
O'Boyle joins the board with past experience as chief financial officer and chief operating officer of Cleveland Clinic, president of UnitedHealthcare's Provider Network division, and CEO of Parallon (HCA's business process outsourcing organization). Fish's background includes roles as chairman, CEO or president at several healthcare companies including service as executive chairman of home infusion provider Coram, Inc., and chairman and CEO of Genesis Health Ventures.
"Our company is continuing to improve its core operations as we implement long term acute care hospital (LTACH) criteria, and we are gaining significant momentum in our efforts to diversify into home health services," said LifeCare Health Partners Chairman Jeff Goldberg. "Mike and Bob bring extraordinary experience across the healthcare continuum, with demonstrated success in formulating and executing strategic plans and driving operational excellence.
"LifeCare's ownership group is deeply committed to our success – investing in new board members with Mike and Bob's level of talent and reputation is just the most recent example of that support."
Headquartered in Plano, Texas, LifeCare Health Partners is a leading healthcare services provider dedicated to improving the quality of life for patients and maximizing their potential for healing and recovery. The company encompasses the LifeCare Family of Hospitals as well as a variety of post-acute services including transitional care, inpatient and outpatient behavioral health treatment and home-based care. Learn more at www.lifecare-hospitals.com.
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