Executive with a track record in successfully leading organizations through constant regulatory and market changes.
Bruce Goldman is a senior health care executive with over thirty years of experience in the health care industry. That experience includes all aspects of health care delivery systems, managed care, health care policy, and leading organizations through major change. He has improved organizational performance both as a full time CEO and as an interim consultant.
Upon graduating from the Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, as a Master of Public Health with a Program in Hospital Administration certification, Mr. Goldman embarked a professional career in healthcare with a residency at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, New York, followed by a post as Assistant Administrator at Montefiore Medical Center, Rikers Island Prison Health Service, Queens, New York, and as the Director of Planning for George Washington University Health Plan, which brought him to Washington, D.C.
Taking what he learned about person-to-person care in those positions, he moved on to medical posts in several hospitals, beginning with District of Columbia General Hospital, where he served initially as Administrative Officer for Ambulatory Care and subsequently as Chief Administrative Officer for Clinical Services. From there he moved on to University of Maryland Hospital, serving as Assistant Hospital Director. He then took up the role of Associate Administrator at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, followed by service as Senior Associate at Brisbon and Associates, a health care consulting and management firm.
Currently, Mr. Goldman served as President and COO of Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc. HSCSN, Inc. is a Managed Care Organization (MCO that uses the care management model to provide access to a disabled pediatric population in the District of Columbia. Additionally, Bruce has served as CEO, Harlem Hospital Medical Center, NYC; Consultant and CEO, Roy Lester Schneider Hospital
Mr. Goldman is preparing to leverage his considerable healthcare, medical and consulting expertise in the leadership of AgriMed, LLC as CEO.