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CEO, PE-sponsored Compound Pharmacy
CEO and CFO, Nationally-ranked Surgicalist Company
Chief Nursing Officer and COO, One of the Nation’s Largest Dialysis Companies
COO, Adolescent Behavioral Health Company
Chair, Department of Internal Medicine, Top 20 Health System
Chief Commercial Officer and VP Human Resources, PE-sponsored Plastic Surgery and Wellness Practice Management Company
VP Sales, Publicly-traded Medical Device Company
VP Development, Carbon Capture Sequestration Company
CEO, Top 10 Ranked Heart Institute
Basic Science Department Chairs, Top 3 Ranked School of Dentistry
CEO, Wildlife Conservation Organization

Satisfied Clients

“Over a forty year career, I have worked with search firms in many different industries. Without a doubt, Jannah Hodges is the best executive search consultant I know. I recommend her enthusiastically because of her experience, energy, enthusiasm and judgement. She is a relentless advocate for her clients and a superb evaluator of talent. As a board member of several institutions in the medical field, I would recommend her for any critical search in the industry.”
“HCA has worked with Jannah Hodges and Hodges Partners for more than a decade. Notably, Jannah has placed over 50 executives within our system, and with rare exception, they are all still part of our organization. With the numerous executive search firm choices available, it is exceptional to find a consultant who is truly a partner to the organizations they serve. Jannah Hodges is that type of consultant – a true partner. We look forward to our continued success working together with Hodges Partners.”
Hodges Partners is an outstanding firm to work with in the recruitment of leaders in academic medicine. I have actually had the opportunity to work with the firm as both a recruit and a client. Jannah and her team are extremely supportive of both candidates and clients throughout the recruitment process. She puts in a lot of personal effort and has a unique ability to match the right candidates with the right leadership opportunities which has resulted in bringing some great new leaders to our organization.”

Happening Now

  • 6 recent RCM mergers and acquisitions
    From R1 RCM acquiring Cloudmed to private equity firm Veritas Capital combining two companies, here are six revenue cycle management mergers and acquisitions Becker’s has reported since May 25: (08.17.2022)
  • How Big Tech is reinventing healthcare
    The Big Four tech companies — Alphabet, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft — are accelerating their pursuits of the healthcare market, and they’re starting to hone their strategies and stake corners within the industry. (08.17.2022)
  • AI’s broken promise to ‘transform’ healthcare
    Machine learning and AI can improve healthcare by analyzing data to improve diagnoses and target cures, but technological, bureaucratic and regulatory obstacles have slowed its progress in transforming the industry, Politico reported Aug. 15. (08.16.2022)
  • What’s stopping Congress from extending telehealth benefits
    The House passed legislation to extend Medicare reimbursements for medical visits that occur by video or phone call through 2024, but recent federal crackdowns on Medicare fraud linked to telehealth have raised concerns in Washington, Politico reported Aug. 7. (08.08.2022)
  • 7 recent payer acquisitions
    From purchases of Medicaid managed care firms to multibillion dollar home health deals, these are seven recent payer acquisitions reported by Becker’s: (08.17.2022)
  • 7 recent payer partnerships
    From big collaborations around mental health access to the launch of a health IT educational institute, these are seven recent payer partnerships reported by Becker’s: (08.15.2022)
  • 300 payer execs on top challenges, opportunities facing insurance industry
    As the health insurance industry continues to undergo major change in 2022, payer executives are looking to reduce costs and improve efficiencies through more innovation and alignment with IT services, according to an Aug. 9 survey from digital solutions firm HealthEdge. (08.12.2022)
  • 27 payer exec moves in July
    From a new CEO at BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina to restructuring at Humana sparking the search for a new insurance president, these are 27 payer executive moves reported by Becker’s in July: (08.01.2022)
  • 14 recent payer CEO moves
    From several BCBS companies to Molina Healthcare and Clover Health, these are 14 recent payer CEO moves Becker’s has reported since April 1: (07.20.2022)
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