Dr. Vogenberg Installed as Rotary Club of North Greenville President

Dr. Vogenberg’s (pictured right) installation was performed by Dr. Rob Hanley (pictured right), District Governor 2019-2020, and also a member of the club.

The Rotary Club of North Greenville held its new Board and Officers Installation on July 14,2017 at the Poinsett Club in Greenville, SC.

NICH founding partner Dr. Randy Vogenberg was formally installed as President for 2017-2018 at the meeting, succeeding outgoing president Shanda Jeffries. Rotary North Greenville is one of the oldest clubs in metro Greenville, and remains active in many community service or social activities in this area.

Randy Vogenberg Bio

A newer member of the club and a 7-year resident of Greenville, Dr. Vogenberg is Principal of the Institute for Integrated Healthcare and Lead Collaborator & Co-Founder for the National Institute of Collaborative Healthcare (NICH) headquartered in Greenville County. NICH incubates, identifies innovation, and provides implementation or mentoring to health related business across the country.

He also is a Fellow, Foundation for Health Smart Consumers, Basking Ridge, NJ; and a former National Health Benefits Thought Leader for Aon Consulting North America, Chicago, IL. A frequent national speaker and author, he specializes in employer-focused, integrated health insurance strategies and outcomes based care delivery issues. Dr. Vogenberg has authored several books on these and other topics, serves on editorial review boards, and holds multiple academic appointments as a nationally recognized expert on innovative health benefits and care quality.

Previously a long-time resident of Massachusetts, he has collaborated and consulted with various Federal or State agencies, in addition to commercial employer plans, on a variety of healthcare or care service innovation issues. He continues that work now as a resident of South Carolina and in his Greenville community as a leader in Rotary.

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