CVS Health names MinuteClinic chief medical officer
CVS Health has named Marc-David Munk chief medical officer of its MinuteClinic retail clinic business. Munk, who the company said will oversee MinuteClinic’s patient care efforts with a focus on clinical care, was most recently chief medical officer Boston-based health system Iora Health.
“We’re pleased that Marc-David Munk will be joining the healthcare leadership team at MinuteClinic and CVS Health,”CVS Health chief medical officer Troyen Brennan said. “Marc-David has an impressive background in health care and has demonstrated that he is a proven leader in the delivery of high-quality care. We believe that the knowledge and experience Marc-David will bring to MinuteClinic and to the overall CVS Health enterprise will not only lead to care delivery enhancements, but also to further innovation as we look for ways to expand and integrate health care services across our business.”
At Iora Health, which Munk joined in 2015, he restructured the organization’s care model, which included integrated behavioral health. Previously, he held leadership positions at the University of New Mexico Health System and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He holds a Doctor of Medicine degree from Jefferson College and a Master of Public Health from Boston University, as well as a Master of Science in Health Care Management from Harvard.
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