ConcertoCare CEO Dr. Julian Harris Recognized as one of Modern Healthcare’s 100 Most Influential People

NEW YORK, December 2, 2023 – ConcertoCare announced today that its Chairman and CEO, Dr. Julian Harris, was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare of 2023. This prestigious recognition program acknowledges and honors individuals who are deemed by their peers and the senior editors of Modern Healthcare to be the most influential figures in the industry in terms of leadership and impact.

“It’s an honor to receive this prestigious recognition from Modern Healthcare and to be included among such an esteemed group of healthcare leaders,” said Dr. Harris. “Throughout my career, both as a health care provider and leader, I have focused on improving the way health care works for those who need it most. That work is a team sport, and I’m so proud of the work of the entire ConcertoCare team to improve the lives of our patients, their families, and their communities each and every day.”

Dr. Harris has decades of experience in strategic and operational leadership and health care innovation in both the public and private sectors. He previously led the healthcare team in the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and served as the Chief Executive of the $11 billion Massachusetts Medicaid program. As chairman and CEO of ConcertoCare, Dr. Harris leads the tech-enabled, value-based provider of at-home, comprehensive care for seniors and other adults with unmet health and social needs. He is also currently an operating partner at Deerfield.

“The 2023 honorees on our 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare reflect the providers, insurers, technology firms, government leaders, investors and others who have made oversized contributions to the industry in the past year,” said Mary Ellen Podmolik, editor-in-chief of Modern Healthcare. “Our ranked list honors the C-suite decision-makers using their clout and influence to lead their organizations and make sweeping changes that affect patient care.”