Executive Leaders Radio conducts “elite interviews” of prominent CEOs, CFOs, and Presidents focusing on “what makes people tick.”
The ten to twenty-five minute on-air interviews are really informal POSITIVE conversations. Guests may be asked about their background education, influences, mentors and early career experiences, asked about their business, what they do and who they serve. They may be asked about opportunities ahead, challenges they have faced or their senior management team. Interests outside of work, personal turning points and family sacrifices capture the unique human aspect behind these prominent leaders.
All of these questions are designed to help our audience learn “what it takes to succeed.”
Click here to listen to the webcast to Bill Joseph & Tom Burden’s Executive Leaders radio interview.
ABOUT Bill JosepH
Bill Joesph serves as the CEO & COO of Potomac HealthCare Solutions. A recognized leader in the healthcare industry, Mr. Joseph has more than 40 Years of experience in the management of complex healthcare operations within the military, government and private sectors. As a retired Navy Medical Service Corps Officer, Mr. Joseph has a full appreciation of the Military Health Care System (MHCS) and the complexities associated with providing high quality health care services. Mr. Joseph entered the private sector after 28 years of Navy service as a Hospital Corpsman and Medical Service Corps Officer. He held progressively more responsible health care administration and operations positions culminating with a tour of duty as Commanding Officer, Naval Medlcal Clinics Command, Washington, DC, a network of ambulatory care clinics providing more than 200,000 outpatient visits per year. Prior to forming Potomac Healthcare Solutions, he served as the Executive Vice President and Director of Veterans Services for CRAssociates, lnc. a large privately held health care contractor. ln this role he established the organization’s program for Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC’s) and grew the program to more than 25 CBOC’s providing care for more than 45,000 veterans in 12 states. Mr. Joseph also held the posltion of Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Managed Care Division for PHP Healthcare Corporation, a large publicly traded healthcare organization.. Earlier he served the same corporation as Vice President, Long Term Care Division where he held direct responsibility for establishment and operation of seven Veterans Administration nursing homes and one specialty geriatric care facility. In addition, Mr. Joseph served as Chief Operating Officer for a 14-physician radiology practice where he developed and implemented the Quality Assurance and Utilization Management Review Program.
ABOUT Tom Burden
Tom Burden is as the CEO & COO of Potomac HealthCare Solutions. A thoroughly seasoned healthcare executive, Mr. Burden brings over 35 years of experience in the development, management, and operation of complex health care delivery systems, including 23 years in Navy Medicine, eight years with PHP Healthcare Corporation, and ten years with CRAssociates, lnc.
A former Navy Medical Service Corps Officer, his military health care experience includes medical center, hospital, and clinic management, operational medicine, program management, healthcare recruiting, quality assurance, resource management, strategic planning, and managed health care. lmmediately prior to his military retirement, Mr. Burden served on the staff of the Navy Surgeon General, where he directed the Navy’s health care contracting operations. Since that time, Mr. Burden has come to be known as a proven and respected health care leader with extensive knowledge and capabilities in health services privalization and outsourcing for both publicly- and privately-owned companies and for federal, state, and local government agencies. ln his role as Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Managed Care at PHP Healthcare (NYSE), he successfully managed numerous health services delivery contracts, providing comprehensive and continuing care under a wide variety of contracting models. As such, he was directly responsible for business development, client relations, program implementation and start-up, healthcare recruiting, quality management, contract administration, and ongoing program operations. His service lines included total managed care programs under capitation, occupational medicine, primary care facility management, and behavioral health services.