Tomorrow Health Adds Cosgrove to Advisory Board

Former Cleveland Clinic president and CEO brings a “patient first” belief to the home-based care company’s advisory board.

Former Cleveland Clinic president and CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove has joined the advisory board of Tomorrow Health, which provides a platform for connecting HME providers, payers, health plans, referral sources and patients.

During Cosgrove’s tenure at Cleveland Clinic, he grew the health system into an $8 billion organization and expanded it to multiple locations nationwide and internationally, including Canada, London and Abu Dhabi. Under his leadership, Cleveland Clinic consistently ranked as a top hospital in the United States and the world.

Cosgrove brings his “patient first” belief to the home-based care company’s advisory board, which consists of diverse healthcare leaders that are passionate about improving patient care. The advisory board includes Eric Hagen, former Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services; Bob Badal, CRO at Strive Health; Dr. Trent Haywood, former CMO at Blue Shield Association; and Phyllis Yale, advisory partner at Bain & Company.

“Home-based care coordination can be confusing and fragmented,” said Vijay Kedar, co-founder and CEO of Tomorrow Health. “… We’re thrilled for Dr. Cosgrove to join our advisory board as we work together to restore the home as the primary place of care.”

“Tomorrow Health is directly addressing a critical area of healthcare that has been historically fragmented,” Cosgrove said. “The industry is taking notice, evidenced by the momentum Tomorrow Health has seen with health plans, suppliers, providers, and patients. Tomorrow Health is transforming patient care, and I’m honored to work alongside some of the brightest minds in healthcare and lend my expertise to help drive the company forward.”

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