Keith G. Myers
Chairman and CEO
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Keith G. Myers
Chairman and CEO
Keith G. Myers is co-founder of LHC Group and has served as chairman and CEO since 1994. He is also a co-founder and serves on the boards of the Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare and the Alliance for Home Health Quality and Innovation. Mr. Myers received credentials from the National Association for Home Care and Hospice in 1999, and was granted credentials by the Healthcare Financial Management Association in 2005. In June 2003, Mr. Myers was named the regional Entrepreneur of the Year for outstanding performance in the field of healthcare services, and was officially inducted as a lifetime member of the National Entrepreneur of the Year Hall of Fame in November of the same year. He has participated in the preparation of numerous home health policy white papers and presentations to members of both the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives.
Joshua L. Proffitt
President and Chief Financial Officer
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Joshua L. Proffitt
President and Chief Financial Officer
Joshua L. Proffitt serves as president and chief financial officer for LHC Group. In this role, he leads a strong and growing bench of seasoned executives and teams in the areas of operations, growth, finance, administration, legal, and compliance, as well as assisting in financial, legal, and compliance related issues, and in the assessment, completion, and integration of acquisitions and joint ventures. Mr. Proffitt joined LHC Group in 2008 and during his tenure at the company has served as vice president, assistant general counsel and director of mergers and acquisitions, then senior vice president and chief compliance officer, then executive vice president, corporate development and general counsel. In November 2017, when LHC Group announced its merger with Almost Family, Mr. Proffitt was instrumental in leading the structural, financial, operational, and legal aspects of the transaction. Before coming to LHC Group, he was a member of the corporate healthcare practice group with the law firm of Alston & Bird, LLP, in Atlanta. Mr. Proffitt is admitted to practice law in the State of Georgia. He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting, summa cum laude, from the University of Kentucky, and graduated as a member of the Order of the Coif (top 10 in the class) from the University of Kentucky College of Law.
Benjamin Doga, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
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Benjamin Doga, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Benjamin Doga joined LHC Group in 2014 as lead medical director, and currently serves as the company’s chief medical officer. He is a board-certified practicing family medicine physician. He also serves as clinical assistant professor of family and community medicine with Tulane Medical Center, and as vice chairman of the Lafayette General Medical Center Board of Directors. As a full-time member of the LHC Group leadership team, Dr. Doga provides clinical perspectives and guidance, and leads a team of more than 600 local medical directors across the nation. Dr. Doga received his bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy from Northeastern Louisiana University and his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine.
Bruce D. Greenstein
Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer
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Bruce D. Greenstein
Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer
Bruce D. Greenstein joined LHC Group in 2018. As chief strategy and innovation officer, he leads the company’s value-based contracting, ACO management company, and alternative payment and delivery model strategies. He also oversees the company’s operations for technology and for the innovations business segments, as well as LHC Group’s healthcare vision initiatives. Mr. Greenstein previously served as chief technology officer (CTO) for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in Washington, D.C. He has an extensive healthcare industry background in both government and the private sector, having served as president-west for New York-based Quartet Health, CEO of Blend Health Insights, and as managing director of Worldwide Health for Microsoft. Mr. Greenstein was a cabinet member in Louisiana, serving as secretary of the Department of Health and Hospitals. He also previously ran Medicaid-managed care and waivers and demonstrations at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).