He drives Merchant Medicine’s executive thought leadership, strategic planning, and operational engagements. Formerly SVP for Strategy and Business Development for MinuteClinic; Executive Director of National Association for Ambulatory Care (NAFAC); CEO Digital Cyclone (acquired by Garmin); Executive Director at Control Data Systems (acquired by British Telecom). In the last several years, he has been quoted regarding walk-in medicine in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, Fox News, Dow Jones, and Bloomberg.
Principal and CFO
He assists clients with strategic planning, operations leadership, financial and operational modeling, employer programs, marketing, and real estate development. He was previously SVP for Corporate Development at Doctors Care in SC (52 urgent care centers, 21 physical therapy offices); he held a dual role as VP at parent insurer BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina. Prior to BCBSSC, Mr. Kuhn was a Senior Manager in KPMG’s management consulting group with experience across health care, insurance, pharmaceuticals, and retail clients.
He brings 27 years of experience in operations, multi-site management, sales and marketing across the urgent care and retail sectors. Previously Vice President of Employer Health and Wellness Services for MedExpress, he oversaw operations for occupational medicine and employer programs across 168 clinic locations in 14 states. Prior, he was VP for Urgent Care at TeamHealth, five urgent care and occupational medicine companies, and Director of Operations at Concentra. Here he managed operational and financial performance of 15 centers in FL and GA.
Tom Pascuzzi, MD
He is focused on growth and development in Emergency Medicine and Urgent Care clinical workflow, telemedicine, and using technology to improve the patient experience. A Board Certified Emergency Medicine physician, he is founder of Go Private MD, a concierge and employer solutions practice. Previously he served as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Convenience Care at Presbyterian Healthcare Services. Additionally, he created MD Urgent Care, a multi-clinic urgent care practice which was acquired by Presbyterian.
She brings over twenty years’ experience across healthcare, real estate, and retail operations, including the last seven years hands-on building out an urgent care operator. Most recently, she was Practice Administrator (COO) for AppleCare Immediate Care in South Georgia with 14 locations and built them from a few clinics in 2008 to a regional operator. She has overseen provider credentialing, payer contracting, HR administration, and has driven new clinic opening standardization across company policies and procedures.