Addus HomeCare adds Susan Weaver and Darin Gordon to board
Dr. Weaver serves as the Chief Executive Officer of healthcare services company, C3Healthcare Rx, and formerly served as the Chief Medical Officer at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC), the state's largest health insurer.
Prior to joining C3Healthcare Rx, Dr. Weaver was President of Transformation Health Partners, a healthcare consulting company she founded in 2015, after three years of service at BCBSNC.
In addition, Dr. Weaver earlier held various executive positions at WakeMed Health & Hospital (Raleigh, NC), including serving as the organization's Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs and Physician Practices.
Mr. Weaver earned a M.D. from the Duke University School of Medicine (Durham, NC) and B.S. in Psychology from Duke University, and completed postgraduate training at Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, MA).
She is board-certified in Internal Medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Mr. Gordon recently left the State of Tennessee's Division of Health Care Finance and Administration after serving as the division's Chief Executive Officer and Director, which included serving as Director of TennCare, Tennessee's Medicaid program, since 2006 under both Democratic and Republican governors, making him the program's longest serving Director.
In 2006, Mr. Gordon became Director of the Division of Health Care Finance and Administration for the State of Tennessee, a health care enterprise that provided services to Tennesseans and which included his responsibilities as Director of TennCare.
In addition to Tennessee's Medicaid and CHIP programs, he was responsible for the State's high-risk pool, pharmacy assistance program, e-Health strategy, all payers' claims database as well as its multi-payer payment and delivery system reform initiative.
In Mr. Gordon's 18 years with the division – spanning three Governors – he also served as the Director of Managed Care Programs and Chief Financial Officer.
He has also been involved in healthcare policy nationally through consultations with states, in his leadership roles in the National Association of Medicaid Directors, including serving as President, and his involvement in a variety of National Governors Association initiatives and task forces. ■
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