Slattery joins Integrated Solutions Health Network as president/CEO

4/21/2011



JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Integrated Solutions Health Network (ISHN) recently appointed Robert S. Slattery as president and CEO.

Prior to his position at Integrated Solutions, Slattery was a vice president and general manager for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee’s Senior Care health plan. Prior to that, he served in leadership positions with United Healthcare, HCIM, Aetna and WellPoint.

"Rob has already proven to be a valuable asset to ISHN, as well as Mountain States Health Alliance (MSHA). He has demonstrated his passion for developing strategic partnerships with physicians and community-based organizations that serve the needs of our customers,” said Joanne Gilmer, chair of the ISHN board of directors and member of the MSHA board. "We are confident that his experience, insights and organizational development skills will provide the necessary leadership that is essential to continuing our success in being a trusted advisor and partner to the people in our community as we navigate in a time of change."

Slattery holds a bachelor's degree in business administration as well as organizational systems development from California State University at Northridge and a master's degree in business administration from Pepperdine University.

About Integrated Solutions Health Network

Integrated Solutions Health Network is a regional health solutions company based in Johnson City, Tenn. Its primary stakeholder is Mountain States Health Alliance, a not-for-profit health care organization that operates a family of 13 hospitals serving a 29-county, four-state region in Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Southeastern Kentucky and Western North Carolina. ISHN comprises community hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, orthotic/prosthetic providers, durable medical equipment providers, home health agencies, hospice, laboratories, rehabilitation facilities, ambulatory surgery centers and approximately 2,000 physicians, including primary care, specialists and allied health.


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