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2022 C-SUITE Honoree John Driscoll

John Driscoll
Size of organization: 1,800-plus employees
Education: MBA, Harvard Business School
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As the CEO of CareCentrix, John Driscoll leads the organization’s mission to help people heal and age at home. The company manages networks of clinicians and non-clinicians all over the country to help health plans and doctors manage spend for medical equipment, home health and home infusion.

CareCentrix works with health plans to help deliver more care at home and in the community. It also helps clinicians to deliver palliative care for seriously-ill patients at home.

What have been your biggest professional accomplishments over the past year?

Our team has won every “Great Place to Work” competition we have entered during the recent period that included the stress of COVID and a time of significant growth.

We nearly doubled the size of CareCentrix while also engineering a new analytics platform to help identify patients who would heal more effectively if they could get care in the home as opposed to a hospital.

Guiding business principle: The highest and most effective form of leadership is servant leadership. The greatest mark of success is creating a company that creates more servant leaders.

Best way to keep your competitive edge: Invest in and depend on your team. Rigorously and dispassionately evaluate what the client wants and what your competitor is doing. Always retain an edge of optimism.

Best business decision: Nine years ago, freezing executive salaries and bringing our minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 per hour.

Worst business decision: Not raising capital to acquire more capabilities in our space.

Biggest missed opportunity: Aggressive mergers.

Goal yet to be achieved: Develop technology to wire care to the home.

Personal touch in your office: Pictures of my dear family.

In what ways are you involved in the community?

I serve on the board of the Alliance to End Hunger and also as the vice chair of United States of Care.

Personal side

City of residence: Stamford

Favorite way to relax: Hiking

Hobbies: Hiking, biking, traveling with family

Last vacation: Costa Rica

Favorite movie: “Casablanca”

The car you drive: 2017 Hybrid Lexus

Currently reading: “Bloodlands,” by Timothy Snyder

Favorite cause: Alliance to End Hunger for children and adults

Second choice career: Teacher

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