Dan Hirschfeld is Chief Executive Officer of Chronic Care Management (CCM) which provides full service and software services for over 26,000 patients living in independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing homes and traditional home settings. CCM tracks evidence-based assessments and provides interventions resulting in reduced hospitalizations and falls as well as improved compliance leading to healthcare expenditure savings.
Prior to CCM, Dan spent a total of 23 years with Genesis Healthcare serving as President of all the ancillary divisions including Genesis Rehab Services (GRS), Home and Community Based Services (Vitality Rehab), Respiratory Health Services (RHS), Genesis Physician Services (GPS), Signature Home Health and Hospice, CareerStaff Unlimited, Hallmark Institutional Pharmacy, GRS Academy and GRS-HS International. These divisions totaled over $1 billion in revenue, with 1,700 locations serving over 500,000 patients per year throughout the USA and China.
Dan has also founded company’s raising over $350 million in equity for Hallmark Senior Communities and Bill Me Later, which was later sold to eBay for $950 million.
He is a national presenter and panelist for the healthcare industry and for national investment conferences, and has been an industry representative to various state and national government bodies. Dan serves on the Board of Trustees of Harcum College, Board of Directors for The National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL) and Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA), now called Argentum.
Dan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in accounting from Duke University, and both Masters of Business Administration and Masters of Finance degrees from Loyola College of Maryland.