Doug, Chairman of the ExactCare Board of Directors, has had a long and accomplished career focused on the services sector of the US health care system. He is currently an investor in, and advisor to, several middle and upper market, private-equity-backed health care services companies. He serves as Chairman of the Board of Genoa Health Care, the nation’s largest provider of on-site pharmacy services to patients with mental health disorders. Doug is also Chairman of the Board of Golden State Medical Supply, the largest supplier of generic drugs to the US Government. He is also on the Board of Cotiviti, the nation’s leading payment integrity provider to CMS and other top commercial insurance plans. He has been a Board Member and advisor to five other private-equity-backed health care services companies during his career.
From 2001 through 2013, Doug served as the CEO of Managed Health Care Associates, Inc. (MHA). MHA is the largest Group Purchasing Organization in the country focused on alternate site/non-acute settings. During Doug’s tenure, MHA’s purchasing volume with its client base grew from approximately $700 million in contracted sales to approximately $6 billion, while MHA’s earnings grew over 20 times. Under Doug’s leadership, MHA evolved beyond the traditional GPO model into a full health care services company that provides its clients with a variety of services including managed care contracting, software, data mining, claims reconciliation and legislative advocacy. In May of 2013, after being owned by a series of private equity companies, MHA was sold to Roper Industries.
Doug Present is a Lecturer at the Wharton Business School where, for the last 9 years, he has taught health care services to second year MBA students in the Health Care Management program. Doug has received the prestigious “Excellence in Teaching Award” for being a top rated Professor as voted upon by Wharton students for the last four consecutive years.
Doug graduated with a BA from Syracuse University in 1986 and with an MBA from The Wharton School in 1990. He is on the Advisory Board of the Whitman School of Business at Syracuse University. Doug is also involved with several charitable organizations and recently served as President of the Board of Directors of Project Morry, a non-profit, year-round youth development organization anchored by a residential summer camp experience. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two children.