Hanold Associates has launched the Chief Human Resources Officer search for naviHealth. Jason Hanold and Keri Gavin lead the search for the role located at naviHealth’s headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee.
Founded in 2011, naviHealth is a care transitions company that provides clinical expertise, technology, post-acute provider network, patient database and post-acute care management experience to optimize clinical and financial outcomes across the patient health care continuum.
naviHealth is a leader in post-acute care management and is uniquely positioned to manage patients, improve clinical and financial outcomes and share risk with payors and providers. They provide clinical service support alongside scalable technology and advisory solutions that empower health systems, health plans and post-acute providers to navigate care episodes across the continuum with the goal of reducing waste and improving patient outcomes.
naviHealth currently serves more than two million insured members and manages care transitions for approximately 800 acute hospitals and 11,000 post-acute care facilities nationwide. They employ 1,100 people in their Nashville, Boston and Philadelphia offices.
Reporting to Chief Executive Officer, Clay Richards, the Chief Human Resources Officer is directly responsible for overall strategy and leadership of the Human Resources department, including developing effective working relationships with senior executives, peers and all members of the management team, achieving high levels of organizational effectiveness, employee engagement, productivity and performance.
The CHRO will step in to build scalable processes and implement strategies that support naviHealth’s ambitious and exciting goals. Additionally, they will build and implement strategies to ensure HR processes are aligned with the company’s focus to operate as a data-driven organization, implementing decisions that are guided by analysis, logic and precision.