NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Integrated Healing Technologies, LLC (IHT), a negative pressure wound therapy and advanced wound therapy company, is pleased to announce the addition of Linda Rebrovick as president and chief executive officer. Rebrovick will manage the overall operations and resources of the organization and serve as chief spokesperson.
Rebrovick joins the IHT team with more than 30 years of national and global business experience at IBM, KPMG, Dell, Consensus Point and Morgan Samuels. In 2016, she became the senior client partner of Morgan Samuels – one of the top retained executive search firms in the U.S. – where she was responsible for client relationships and executive and board search in the technology and healthcare industries.
“We are excited about Linda joining IHT to shepherd the company from a pre-revenue environment to full commercialization,” said Robert Lipman, co-chairman and board member of IHT. “She brings many talents to our team with her deep resume in the healthcare space, not to mention the leadership skills she has demonstrated throughout her outstanding career. The future is exciting for IHT, and we are pleased to have Linda on board.”
In her previous role as CEO of Consensus Point, Rebrovick led the growth of the Nashville-based firm, which serves some of the world’s largest consumer products and services companies. Currently serving on the board of directors, she supports the prediction market research firm with her time and experience in the industry.
Rebrovick has an extensive background as a leader in some of the world’s largest technology services companies. As the area vice president of Dell Healthcare, Rebrovick led its sales team to achieve record revenues serving national healthcare providers.
As executive vice president and national managing partner of healthcare consulting at KPMG Consulting, Rebrovick was responsible for the healthcare providers, payers and life sciences industry segments. As chief marketing officer, she led the successful global rebranding campaign from KPMG Consulting to BearingPoint, Inc., in more than 60 countries.
Rebrovick commented, “I am honored to be president and CEO of IHT and look forward to working with our outstanding team to transform the quality of care and outcomes in wound care. A recent ScienceDirect Journal concluded, ‘Wounds impact nearly 15% of Medicare beneficiaries or 8.2 million patients, and a conservative estimate of their annual cost is nearly $32 billion, with the majority of costs accruing in various outpatient settings*.’ After years of extensive R&D and FDA approvals, IHT has built relationships with leading wound care product companies and is poised to successfully bring our unique integrated technologies to the provider market.”
Rebrovick serves on the board of directors for HealthStream, Inc., which is dedicated to improving patient outcomes through the development of healthcare organizations’ greatest asset: its people. Its unified suite of solutions is contracted by approximately 4.77 million healthcare employees.
Over the past 20 years, Rebrovick’s private and public company board experience has also included KPMG LLP, Tribridge Enterprises, Pinnacle Financial Partners and Western Express. In addition to her extensive leadership experience, Rebrovick is an active Nashville community member, serving her city and its citizens in 2014-15 as Mayoral candidate of the Metropolitan Government of Middle Tennessee.
Rebrovick received her bachelor’s degree from Auburn University and has been recognized as one of the Top 400 Women Graduates of the past 100 years.
1ScienceDirect, Elsevier, Value in Health 21 (2018); An Economic Evaluation of the Impact, Cost and Medicare Policy Implications of Chronic Nonhealing Wounds.