Legacy ER & Urgent Care, a Plano, Texas-based operator and Hybrid healthcare pioneer community-based healthcare facilities has opted Dan Wolterman to its Board of Directors. The assignment supports the hybrid healthcare pioneer rapid progress and expansion across the US.
Mr. Wolterman, former CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System in the region of Houston, led Texas’ largest not-for-profit health system from the time period of 2002-2016. Dan has been recognized 7 times by Modern Healthcare’s 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare, and was ranked #15 out of over 21,000 entries in 2012. Wolterman was recognized in a year which saw notables like President Barack Obama (#4), Chief Justice John Roberts (#1), and Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney (#13). Under his supervision, Memorial Hermann became one of the most notable health systems in the USA and was named one of the top 15 health systems (#5) by Thomas Reuters. This prestigious award was deployed on clinical outcomes, patient safety, patient satisfaction and operational efficiency. “Legacy’s patient and team first mindset, combined with an innovative value-based approach to giving communities access, and fair billing is setting the pace for healthcare change. It’s an honor to be a part of the team and give my leadership,” commented Wolterman.
Thom Hermann, President and CEO of Legacy ER & Urgent Care, spoke for the company claiming, “Dan is a real strategic thinker, who comprehend healthcare and where it is headed. We are grateful to have the chance to work with Dan to advance our mission of giving the right care, at the right price, close to home.”
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