Richard joined Chrysalis in 2007, initially as Executive-in-Residence and six months later as Operating Partner. As part of Chrysalis’ hand on approach, he brings operational expertise and assists current portfolio companies within the healthcare and technology sectors.
Richard has over 20 years of experience in healthcare analytics and modeling, health services research, product development and healthcare IT, and has published more than 80 articles in national and industry publications. He was CEO and President of CorSolutions from 2001 to 2005, the nation’s second largest disease management company, until it was acquired by Matria Healthcare. In 2004, he was recognized as one of the top 10 disease management executives by Managed Healthcare Magazine. Prior to CorSolutions, Richard was Vice President for Population Health Improvement at Humana Inc., an internal consulting function which oversaw disease management program development and investments. Previously, he led Wake Forest University Medical Center’s Resource Utilization and Outcomes Management Department in the development of programs to improve efficiency for integrated delivery systems while also serving as Associate Professor of Pathology and as Associate Director of the Health Services Research Center.
Richard has a BA from Wake Forest University, an MA from University of Chicago and an MD from Wake Forest University.