Steven J. Shulman
Chairman of the Board
Steven J. Shulman has over 45 years of experience leading and acquiring businesses in the healthcare industry. Mr. Shulman is currently the Chairman of Magellan Health, Inc., where he previously served as Chief Executive Officer from 2002 to 2008 and spearheaded its turnaround and restructuring following bankruptcy. Mr. Shulman also serves as Chairman of Quartet Health, Inc., a healthcare technology company which connects primary care and mental health providers, a position he has held since 2014, CareCentrix, Inc., a post-acute managed care company, a position he has held since 2008 and is Co-Chairman of Healthmap Solutions Inc., a health management company focused on progressive diseases, since 2018. He is also the Managing Partner at Shulman Family Ventures, Inc., a healthcare-focused private equity firm, a position he has held since 2008. He has served as a Director of several other privately-held companies, including VillageMD, a primary care medical management company, MedImpact, the largest privately held prescription drug benefits management company, Healthmarkets, a healthcare distribution and specialty insurance company, Pager, a digital health company and Facet Technologies, an OEM of lancets and lancing devices for people with diabetes. Previously, Mr. Shulman served as Chairman of the Board of R1 RCM Inc., a technology-enabled revenue cycle management service for healthcare providers and as Chairman of Health Management Associates, Inc., a hospital company. He previously served as an Operating Partner at Water Street Healthcare Partners, LLC, and Tower Three Partners LLC, and has also served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Internet Healthcare Group, LLC and as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Prudential Healthcare, Inc.
Prior to that, Mr. Shulman served in senior executive positions at Value Health, Inc., a specialty managed care company he founded and took public, including as a Director and as President of the Pharmacy and Disease Management Group. He also previously held senior executive positions at each of Cigna Corporation, including as President of the East Central Division, and Kaiser Permanente, an integrated managed-care company, including as Director, Medical Economics. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Master’s degree in Health Services Administration from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.