The Health Enterprises Network welcomed its incoming Executive Committee members in January, including new Board Chair, and welcomed new Board Members at the first Board Meeting in February.
Tom McMahon, JD/MBA was elected 2021 Chairman of the Board. He succeeds David Henley, VP, Compliance, Sunflower Health Plan by Centene Corporation. Henley will continue serving on the Network’s Executive Committee as Immediate Past Chair. Neal Thomas, Partner, E&Y and Lindsey Herr, Assurance Partner, PwC, will serve as Vice Chairs of Finance.
“Over the course of the past two years our organization has achieved incredible results due to the efforts of our volunteer board members, our partnerships with key groups in the community and the steady, forward thinking leadership of David Henley,” said McMahon. “I am enthusiastic about our new strategy and tactics – they are aggressive yet achievable and they will make a difference. I am also encouraged by our ability to maintain membership revenue at prior year levels – a clear indication of robust support from the business community.”
The Health Enterprises Network is the region’s premier healthcare business network. Formed by area leaders in 2000, the Network represents a diverse and growing industry, from hospitals and health services companies to medical device manufacturers and leading health law firms. Health Enterprises Network is an affiliate of Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI).
The following members were appointed to the Health Enterprises Network Executive Committee:
- Chair & Vice Chair, Healthcare Ecosystem: Tom McMahon, JD/MBA
- Immediate Past Chair: David Henley, JD, VP, Compliance, Sunflower Health Plan by Centene Corporation
- Vice Chair, Economic Development: Michael Bryant, Executive Vice President, Chief Administration Officer, Trilogy Health Services
- Vice Chair, Member Value & Engagement: Sean Muldoon, MD, MPH, FCCP, SVP and Chief Medical Officer, Hospital Division, Kindred Healthcare
- Vice Chair, Healthcare Fellows: Joseph A. “Tony” Brosky, Jr. PT DHSc SCS, Dean of the School of Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences, College of Health Professions, Bellarmine University
- Vice Chair, Health Policy: Daniel Fisher, Partner, Corporate and Transactional Practice Group, Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP
- Vice Chair, Branding & Messaging: Richmond Simpson, President & CEO, Vimarc
- Vice Chair, Inclusion & Diversity: David Henley, JD, VP, Compliance, Sunflower Health Plan by Centene Corporation
- Vice Chair, Investor Development: Sam Smith, Vice President, Strategic Sales, Lucas Group
- Vice Chair, Nominating Committee: Kathie McDonald-McClure, JD, Partner, Wyatt, Tarrant, & Combs, LLP
- Vice Chairs, Finance: Neal Thomas, Partner, E&Y and Lindsey Herr, Assurance Partner, PwC
- GLI Representative: Sarah Davasher-Wisdom, President & CEO, Greater Louisville, Inc.
The Health Enterprises Network Board of Directors, which includes over 50 of our region’s leaders from key health-related organizations, will implement the newly developed a strategic plan. The intent of the plan is to help guide the organization’s mission to champion and foster the growth of the region’s health-related economy and to identify opportunities to promote Louisville as the location of choice for health-related businesses, researchers, educators and investors.
The strategic plan revolves around four primary pillars to foster health-related economic opportunities. The first pillar focuses on collaboration within the healthcare ecosystem by identifying the critical partners who are driving success in the community and assisting their efforts. The second pillar focuses on economic development by partnering HEN member organizations with the region’s efforts to attract and grow healthcare businesses. The third pillar drives value to the healthcare community through events, policy discussions and educational opportunities. Finally, the fourth pillar focuses on branding and messaging and helps drive the conversation about the innovative stories of Louisville’s health-related companies.
To help drive the strategic plan, the Board appointed healthcare leaders to serve as Pillar Champions and serve as part of the Board of Director’s Executive Committee.