Dan Cave – Former CEO and President of Envolve Peoplecare (a division of Centene Corporation)
Dan is the former CEO & President of Envolve Peoplecare, a national consumer-focused specialty health services company owned by Centene Corporation. He has over 35 years of experience with health services businesses, serving in CEO positions for more than 25 of those years for startup/early stage and mid-size companies as well as large corporate business units. Prior to his role at Envolve, Dan served as CEO & President of Nurtur Health, CEO & President of Cardium Health Services, COO of CIGNA Pharmacy Management, and President of Specialty Companies at Prudential Healthcare, in addition to other roles. Dan is currently a member of the Board of Directors at Gryphon portfolio company LEARN Behavioral, and works with the Gryphon team to evaluate opportunities in payor services, behavioral healthcare and healthcare IT in addition to other areas of focus.
Dan Greenleaf – Former CEO, BioScrip
Dan has over two decades of experience in senior leadership positions across the healthcare industry and most recently served as President and CEO of Modivcare, a healthcare services company that provides non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT), personal care, nutritious meals, and remote patient monitoring. Prior to Modivcare, he served as Chairman and CEO of BioScrip, President and CEO of Coram Specialty Infusion Services, and Chief Operating Officer for Apria Healthcare. Under Dan’s leadership, Coram grew its revenue organically from $600 million to $1.2 billion and increased earnings by more than 250%, resulting in an increase in enterprise value from $350 million to over $2.0 billion. Prior to joining Apria/Coram, Dan served as President and Chief Executive Officer for VioQuest Pharmaceuticals, a publicly traded biopharmaceutical company. Additionally, Dan has held senior leadership roles at Celltech Biopharmaceuticals, Nabi Pharmaceuticals, and Schering-Plough Corporation. Dan serves on the University of Miami’s Health Sector Management Policy Board, Denison University’s Board of Advisors, Rotech Healthcare’s Board, and is a past board member for the National Home Infusion Association. Dan holds a M.B.A. in Health Administration from the University of Miami and a B.A. in Economics from Denison University. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and served in Operation Desert Storm.
Bill Lamoreaux – SVP of Network Strategy, Aetna
Bill has more than 30 years of experience in managed care and is the Senior Vice President of Network Strategy at Aetna. Previously, he was the Executive Vice President of CareMax, a technology-enabled care platform providing value-based care and chronic disease management to seniors. Prior to the merger of CareMax and IMC Health, Bill was the CEO of IMC Health where he focused on improving the financial performance of Medicare and Medicaid programs, developing innovative technology and administrative cost containment approaches, instituting new care coordination models that benefit plan and provider, and establishing retail health care models. Earlier in his career, Bill was CEO of EmblemHealth’s Strategic Services Division, EVP/COO of EmblemHealth, COO/Chief Transition Officer of HealthNet, and others. As a member of the Gryphon Payor Advisory Council (GPAC), Bill assists the team in evaluating opportunities in the payor services sector. He holds a B.S. in Health Administration from Ithaca college and earned his M.B.A. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Rene Lerer – Former President, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Florida
Rene Lerer has more than 30 years of experience in executive management with leading, national healthcare organizations. Rene is currently the CEO of Longevity Health Plan which addresses unmet needs of the institutionalized Medicare Advantage members who reside in nursing homes through a more person-centric model of care that improves coordination of care and reduces avoidable hospitalizations for members placed in the institutional setting. Prior to Longevity, Rene was the President of Florida Blue, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, serving residents and businesses in the state of Florida. Before joining Florida Blue, he was the Chairman and CEO of Magellan Health Services, a multi-billion, Nasdaq-listed specialty healthcare management company focused on behavioral health, pharmacy, and other complex areas of healthcare. Earlier in his career he held positions as co-founder and President of Internet HealthCare Group, a healthcare technology venture fund; Chief Operating Officer of Prudential Healthcare; and President of The Travelers Health Network. As a member of the Gryphon Payor Advisory Council (GPAC), Rene assists the team in evaluating opportunities in the payor services sector.
Tim Martin – Former Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Ambulatory Services of America (“ASA”)
Tim is an experienced healthcare services executive who was the founder and CEO of Ambulatory Services of America, a diversified health care services company that provides alternate-site health care services to patients, primarily cardiovascular services, radiation oncology and dialysis services, in partnership with physicians. In his seven-year tenure at Ambulatory Services of America, Tim grew the business to nearly $400mm of revenue and sold the business to U.S. Renal Care in 2013. Prior to Ambulatory Services of America, Tim was the EVP and COO at Renal Care Group, a publicly traded specialized dialysis services company that provided care to patients with kidney disease through 550 locations and 400 acute care contracts. Tim is currently the Executive Chairman of Gryphon portfolio company Heartland Veterinary Partners, and works with the Gryphon team to evaluate opportunities in multi-site healthcare services. He holds a B.A. in Political Science from Taylor University and an M.B.A. from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Business Management.
Jay Martus – Former Chief Revenue and Risk Officer, Envision Healthcare
Jay Martus most recently served as Chief Revenue and Risk Officer at Envision Healthcare where he led managed care, enterprise risk management, captive insurance company, and facility contracting. Previously, he served as an Executive Vice President at Sheridan Healthcare, where, for 25 years, he grew Sheridan from a small regional provider to one of the largest hospital-based physician services companies in the nation. Mr. Martus is a nationally recognized healthcare leader, lecturer, and editor, and a leading-edge managed care negotiator and M&A dealmaker. Mr. Martus earned his J.D. from the University of Miami’s School of Law (summa cum laude) and graduated cum laude from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a B.A. in Economics.
Pamela Pure – Former President and CTO of McKesson Provider Technologies
Pam is an experienced healthcare IT and healthcare services executive and the former President of McKesson Provider Technologies, the software development division of McKesson. In her eight-year tenure at McKesson Provider Technologies, Pam also held the titles of COO and Group President and Chief Technology Officer. Pam was also CEO of HealthMEDX, a leading developer of EMR solutions, COO of ChannelHealth by Allscripts, Vice President of Marketing & Strategic Initiatives at IDX Systems, and Manager of Corporate Marketing and Communications at Shared Medical Systems. As a member of Gryphon’s Executive Advisory Board, Pam assists the Gryphon team in evaluating opportunities in healthcare IT. She holds a B.S. in Public Health from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Jerry Rhodes – Former CEO, CRC Health Group
Jerry Rhodes has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry and over 25 years in behavioral healthcare. Jerry is currently serving as CEO of Dental Care Alliance, one of the country’s largest dental support organizations, with more than 320 affiliated dental practices in 20 states. Prior to Dental Care Alliance, he was named CEO of CRC after joining the company in 2003 and serving as both President of the highly successful Recovery Division and later COO. Prior to joining CRC, Jerry was the Chief Executive Officer for Comprehensive Addictions Programs Inc. (CAPs) for ten years. CAPs was a privately held company backed by several private equity investors that, under Rhodes’ leadership, became a national, full-service addiction treatment provider of both residential and opiate treatment. The company was acquired by CRC in February 2003. Prior to his CEO role at CAPS, Rhodes was the Vice President of Operations for two years and the Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and Development for two years. Before joining CAPS, Rhodes was the Director of Development for Beverly Enterprises, the nation’s largest publicly held nursing home company, for four years. Jerry was responsible for all new facility projects and developed over 40 facilities and the acquisition of another 50 facilities. Prior to this position, he was the Chief Development Consultant with Wilmot Bower & Associates, a nationally renowned Architectural and Development firm specializing in healthcare facilities. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems, National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers and is a recipient of the prestigious Nyswander Dole Award from American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence in 2012. He serves on the board of several companies engaged in behavioral health and long-term care.
Greg Scott – Current Executive Chairman at Adeptus Health; Former CEO of APS; Former CFO of PacifiCare Health Systems
Greg is currently Executive Chairman at Adeptus Health, a leading patient-centered healthcare organization expanding access to the highest quality emergency medical care through its network of freestanding emergency rooms and partnerships with premier healthcare providers. Prior to Adeptus, Greg was CEO of APS Healthcare, a specialty healthcare services provider to Medicaid agencies, that was acquired by Universal American. Prior to APS, Greg served as CFO at multiple corporations, including PacifiCare Health Systems, Medsite and Prudential Healthcare. Greg works with the Gryphon team to evaluate payor services opportunities in addition to other areas of focus.
Adam Singer – Former CEO, IPC Healthcare, Inc.
Adam has been a highly successful physician and healthcare entrepreneur. In 1991, he had been a pulmonologist in private practice when he acquired and later merged with two other pulmonary physicians’ practices to become part of Consultants For Lung Disease, Inc. By 1995, he served as a director, chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and later as Chief Medical Officer of North Hollywood, California-based IPC Healthcare Inc., previously known as IPC-The Hospitalist Co. In 1998, Dr. Singer was named an Up & Comer by Modern Healthcare. In 2008, Dr. Singer was named Modern Physician’s first-ever Physician Entrepreneur of the Year, and in 2009, he was recognized as the Regional Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Dr. Singer received his B.S. in biology from the University of California, Los Angeles and his medical degree from the Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University. He completed his post-doctoral internship and residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in pulmonary medicine at University of Southern California. He currently sits on the Boards of two companies: MDVIP, which develops concierge medical practices for over 900 physicians, and OB Hospitalist Group, which provides expert inpatient Obstetrical care in over 120 facilities.
Tom Tran – Former CFO, Molina Healthcare
Tom has more than 35 years of experience in healthcare and most recently was the CFO of Molina Healthcare, a Fortune 500 Company providing managed healthcare services under the Medicaid and Medicare programs and through state insurance marketplaces. Prior to Molina, he was the CFO and COO of Sentry Data Systems where he oversaw finance, human resources, compliance, technology, and operations. Before joining Sentry, Tom was CFO of WellCare Health Plans, a Fortune 500 company that provides managed care services for government sponsored health care programs. Earlier in his career, he was CFO of United Health Group’s Uniprise Division, CFO of ConnectiCare, CFO of BSBS Massachusetts, and VP of Finance for Cigna HealthCare. As a member of the Gryphon Payor Advisory Council (GPAC), Tom assists the team in evaluating opportunities in the payor services sector.