SAN DIEGO – Aug. 1, 2016 – Millennium Health, a leading health solutions company, today announced the appointment of Joan B. Stafslien and Jeffrey D. Goldberg to its Board of Directors. Stafslien and Goldberg join current members Eugene I. Davis, Stephen Gray, and Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Ron Rittenmeyer.
“Our company continues to transform amidst the rapidly evolving industry landscape and Joan and Jeff’s expertise will provide an essential contribution to our success,” said Rittenmeyer. “Both bring vast experience in the health care sector, which complements our existing board members and aligns with our company’s mission to help clinicians make the best treatment decisions for their patients.”
Most recently, Stafslien was the executive vice president, general counsel & corporate secretary and chief compliance officer for CareFusion Corporation, an S&P 500 medical technology company. Prior to that, she served as senior vice president and general counsel for the clinical and medical products segment of Cardinal Health, and as deputy general counsel for Alaris Medical Systems. She currently sits on the board for Northwestern University Chemical and Biological Engineering Department, Santa Fe Christian Schools, and John Brockington Foundation. Stafslien holds a J.D. with cum laude honors from University of Wisconsin Law School and a bachelor of science in chemical engineering from Northwestern University.
Goldberg is a board member and former executive of several health care companies. He currently serves as lead director for LifeCare Holdings, a national long term acute hospital system, chair of the board of M*Modal, a leading clinical documentation and technology company, and co-chair of Surgical Specialties Corporation, a medical technology company serving the surgical suite. Goldberg’s former experience includes board and executive roles in both medical technology and health care services. Goldberg holds a J.D. from UCLA School of Law and a degree in general studies with cum laude honors from Harvard College.