Today's CEO and board challenges require the clarity of objectivity, the "no boundaries" approach of multidisciplinary problem solving, and the perspective of "hands-on" executive leadership experience.
Mark Harrison’s 20-year health-care investment banking career began on Wall Street and extended to California and the western United States, where he assisted health-care providers and insurers with mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and capital markets financing. Subsequently, he served as the chief financial officer of Allina Hospitals and Clinics, a large integrated delivery system based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. There, he was responsible for strategy, internal consulting, payer contracting, revenue cycle, supply chain, and real estate management in addition to the finance function.
In his most recent executive role, he served as the chief financial officer at DaVita, a Fortune 500 public company specializing in renal care. At DaVita, his responsibilities included investor relations, general and administrative expense management, and enterprise risk management in addition to the finance function.
With master’s degrees in public health and business administration from Columbia University and service as a board member for CalRHIO, Mark combines conceptual analytical skills with practical hands-on experience.