More than 40 years of healthcare feasibility assessment, business development, management, marketing, technology consulting, clinical operations and Faculty Professor at Loma Linda University.

Cardiovascular Resource Solutions (CRS) Founder & CEO

ØFeasibility; Market Assessment and Development Strategies.

ØPhysician Integration / Alignment Strategies.

GE Healthcare

ØBusiness Analyst North America for client by client and regional market assessment strategies.

ØDevelopment strategy for Multidisciplinary Ambulatory Surgical centers.

Cavendish Impact Capital LLC. (www.cavendishimpactcapital.com)

ØExecutive advisor for healthcare investment strategies.

Medi+Sphere Development Inc (www.m-sdev.com)

ØDirector of education and technology.

ØDevelopment and architectural design for Imaging and Ambulatory Surgical Centers in Shanghai, China.


Charles Franc and Associates Inc. (www.charlesfrancassociates.com)

ØExecutive consultant for business development, physician integration and market assessment strategies.


Spring Board Healthcare Inc. (www.springboardhealthcare.com)

ØCardiovascular / Electrophysiology business development.

ØIn collaboration with Duke University SB Inc. was nominated for the  Malcom Baldrige award for developing an “in-house” EP educational program.

NueMed Enterprise Inc (Senior VP)

ØStrategy and Business Development for Cardiac Perfusion.


Advanced Hyperbaric Solutions Inc. (Founder & CEO)

ØLimb Ischemia and Wound Care Business Development (2000 – 2008).


Loma Linda University (www.alliedhealth.llu.edu)

ØDeveloped Concept, Business Plan and Marketing for Cardiovascular School of Medicine.

ØRegional Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator.

ØFaculty Professor.

Intermountain Healthcare Consulting Founder & CEO (1996 – 2012).

ØCardiovascular Business Development Strategies.

ØDistributor and Supply Chain Management sales in excess of $50 MM/Yr.

ØContracted management and clinical support services.

Integrated Cardiovascular Solutions (ICVS)  Founder & CEO (1984 – 1996).

ØCritical care registry with 150 FTE’s Provide services to over 100 CV Healthcare facilities in SCAL.

ØGross sales in excess of $40 Million.

Executive Service Line Administrator:

ØLoma Linda University Medical Center of Murrieta

ØRiverside Community Hospital (HCA subsidiary)

ØVeterans Medical Center La Jolla, CA

ØTommy Lasorda Heart Institute Los Angeles, CA

ØScripps Healthcare La Jolla, CA

Consultant for multiple medical manufactures for product distribution and marketing.

Developed Feasibility Assessment and Strategies for six (6) Physician owned Heart and Vascular Institutes.

Cardiovascular Resource Solutions (CRS), Inc., is a healthcare consulting, education, interim staffing and management firm working exclusively in cardiovascular services whose clients include ambulatory surgical centers, large and small healthcare organizations, cardiovascular physician groups, manufactures and other healthcare-related firms.

CRS’s approach to consulting and management derives from the backgrounds of its consultants who collectively have over 100 years of healthcare experience.

CRS’s historical clinical foundation enables its staff to help prepare cardiovascular service providers to anticipate and take advantage of the challenges in todays healthcare environment of rapid technological change.

CRS consultants have experience with many healthcare corporations throughout the U.S. and abroad, in markets ranging from rural to major metropolitan.


ØBecause our client base consists of large multihospital systems, independent/rural hospitals, as well as, physician practices CRS provides a broad range of services.

ØCRS believes in the fundamental philosophy that the integration of the delivery of quality clinical care is a fundamental characteristic of each cardiovascular consulting project. We consider each consulting engagement to be unique, and we base our recommendations on an extensive evaluation of our clients’ circumstances.

“The sum total of medical knowledge is now so great and wide-spreading that it would be futile for any one man…to assume that he has even a working knowledge of any part of the whole.… The best interest of the patient is the only interest to be considered, and in order that the sick may have the benefit of advancing knowledge, union of forces is necessary.… It has become necessary to develop medicine as a cooperative science; the clinician, the specialist, and the laboratory workers uniting for the good of the patient, each assisting in elucidation of the problem at hand, and each dependent upon the other for support.”

Dr William J. Mayo 1910