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Company Overview of LifeBridge Health, Inc.
LifeBridge Health, Inc. operates healthcare facilities in Maryland. It offers medical services in the areas of bariatric and minimally invasive surgery, brain and spine care, cancer care, cardiovascular care, emergency care, hospitalist programs, eye care, physical medicine and rehabilitation, orthopedics, vascular care, adult hydrocephalus, children care, geriatric surgery, joint preservation and replacement, limb lengthening, sleep disorders, spine care, stroke care, and women's wellness. The company also offers medical services in the areas of breast care, diabetic limb preservation, cosmetic surgery, psychiatric services, and wound care and HBOT; and other healthcare services. LifeBridge...
2401 West Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215-5271
Founded in 1985
Key Executives for LifeBridge Health, Inc.
CEO, President, COO of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and President of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Executive VP and President of Northwest Hospital & Post-Acute Care Division
Executive Vice President and President of Carroll Hospital
President & COO of Sinai Hospital
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
LifeBridge Health, Inc. Key Developments
LifeBridge Health Announces Board Changes
Jun 16 17
Barry Levin has been appointed as chairman of the LifeBridge Health board of directors. After serving as the vice chair of the board for the past two years, Mr. Levin officially took over the chairmanship from Jason A. Blavatt at the health system's annual board meeting on June 15. Mr. Levin began his official LifeBridge Health service on the Sinai board a decade ago and soon after joined LifeBridge Health's Audit and Compliance Committee, before becoming its chair.
LifeBridge Health Reshuffles its Executive Team
May 30 17
LifeBridge Health has reshuffled its executive team aimed at allowing CEO Neil Meltzer to focus more on the Baltimore hospital system's long-term strategy. Rather than having individual hospital presidents reporting directly to Meltzer, they will now report to one of three new executive vice presidents. The executive vice presidents are: Brian M. White, the current president of Northwest Hospital; Leslie Simmons, a senior vice president with LifeBridge and the president of Carroll Hospital; and David Krajewski, the chief financial officer of the LifeBridge. Krajewski will remain as CFO of the health system, while also managing Springwell Senior Living and insurance co-op Evergreen Health, which LifeBridge recently invested in. Dr. Jonathan Ringo, the newly named president of Sinai Hospital, will report to White. The yet-to-be named president of Northwest will also report to White. Meanwhile, the presidents of Carroll Hospital and Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital will both report to Simmons. Previously, all hospital presidents reported to Meltzer. Now, Meltzer said having them report to the new executive vice presidents will free him up to oversee LifeBridge's overall strategy and long-term goals rather than the day-to-day operations of the hospitals.
LifeBridge Health Names Michael D. Myers as New Vice President of Regulatory Reporting and Reimbursement
Apr 25 16
Michael D. Myers recently joined LifeBridge Health as vice president of Regulatory Reporting & Reimbursement. Among his many duties, he is responsible for supporting the operational and strategic financial management of company’s numerous health care facilities, including oversight of all activities related to Maryland’s unique rate-setting authority as administered by the Health Services Cost Review Commission (HSCRC). He comes to LifeBridge Health from Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC), where he served as the director of Finance, focusing in key areas of reimbursement methodology and policy, financial analysis and preparation of the annual capital and operating budget. He has also worked extensively with the HSCRC on various programmatic initiatives, including; adoption of a global budget revenue model, procedure-based bundling, revision of the uncompensated care methodology and restoration of case-mix index changes resulting from the transition of inpatient cases to observation care.
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