Chief Executive Officer
Ken Hanover’s career spans over three decades in hospital and health care management. He has served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of major health care delivery systems in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Massachusetts and has a successful track record of strategically repositioning the product portfolio, service mix and market distribution of these organizations to build market share, enhance clinical quality and drive financial performance. His organizational efforts to lower operating costs, improve productivity, and increase revenue have improved management performance and strengthened community trust and involvement. His organizations’ accomplishments have been reflected in the accolades and recognition bestowed by such organizations as Thompson Reuters, U.S. News and World Reports, and Healthgrades.
Mr. Hanover also has been active within the industry, having played a major role in health policy formulation as a member of the American Hospital Association Task Force on Health Care Reform, a former Chairman of the Ohio Hospital Association’s Committee on Health Policy and Advocacy, and as a former Chairman of the Greater Cincinnati Hospital Council. His extensive industry-wide involvement includes memberships on the corporate advisory boards of Cirrus MD, a Denver-based telemedicine company and Linked Capital, a Chicago-based medical student loan refinancing company. He is also a former member of both Health Insights and the Health Executives Network, and is a former member of the Board of Directors of Skylight Healthcare Systems, Inc., a San Diego-based patient communication and education company serving the health care industry. In addition, he has been active in the United Way and has served on the boards of both the United Way of Greater Cincinnati and the North Shore United Way.
Mr. Hanover completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA and subsequently received his Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Johnson School of Management at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Ken and his wife, Sylvia, have five grown children and reside in Cape May, NJ. In their free time, they enjoy riding their motorcycles on the back roads of South Jersey.