People On The Move
People on the Move is your weekly roundup of hiring and other promotional news in the state of Utah.
Salt Lake City— Collective Medical, delivering the nation’s most effective network for care collaboration, today announced the appointment of Michael Keyes as vice president of health plan business development. In this role, Mr. Keyes is focused on deepening the ways in which payers collaborate with providers to identify and together support the full population including our nation’s most vulnerable patients. Mr. Keyes joins Collective from 3M Health Care, where he served as a health plan engagement leader for nearly five years. At 3M Mr. Keyes worked closely with hospitals, government agencies, and managed care organizations, and was responsible for developing new strategies to accelerate growth while managing more than $10 million in accounts. He joined 3M from WellCare Health Plans as an operations manager. Prior, Mr. Keyes supported patients clinically over ten years as a licensed physical therapist, and also ran a physical therapy facility for Saratoga Hospital.
Salt Lake City— David Flood, senior vice president, chief development officer, and president of the Intermountain Foundation, which supports Intermountain Healthcare, has been named the 2019 recipient of a prestigious international award for healthcare philanthropy. Mr. Flood is being presented with the prestigious Harold J. (Si) Seymour Award by the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP). Since 1970, the annual award recognizes a person whose career reflects excellence and outstanding leadership in the field of healthcare philanthropy. It is the highest honor given by the AHP. Mr. Flood has worked with Intermountain Healthcare since 2013 and his philanthropy efforts have touched millions of lives. He has also shared his knowledge with charitable organizations around the world in the hope that other healthcare, social service, and education organizations thrive. Through the Intermountain Foundation, Flood and his team have employed new and innovative ways to inspire and stretch every dollar donated to positively impact as many lives as possible by enhancing access, affordability and the quality of healthcare at Intermountain and beyond. This is accomplished through investments to fuel innovative research to advance treatments for chronic illnesses and diseases, patient education and support programs, advanced technology acquisition, construction and upgrade of patient-friendly facilities, and delivery of care to the underserved. The Foundation has even greater ambitions ahead, with the expansion of children’s healthcare as a growing emphasis.