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Give your company the benefits of a Chief Medical Advisor at a fraction of the cost of a full-time physician.

Well respected business publications have clearly pointed the way:

“Covid Made the Chief Medical Officer A C-Suite Must”1

— Bloomberg

“COVID 19 is Elevating a New Type of Executive: Chief Medical Officer (CMO)”2

— Wall Street Journal

“7 Reasons Why Your Organization Needs a Chief Medical Officer”3

— Human Resources 

Director Magazine

“A New Kind of CMO:

Why Your Company Needs a Chief Medical Officer”4

— MedCity News

“The health-savvy CEO: Health and wellness have become urgent CEO priorities”5

— Deloitte

“Does your company need a Chief Medical Officer?”6

— Harvard Business Review

“How to Design Workplace Programs for Mental Health According to One Chief Medical Officer”7


"CEOs need to be asking themselves whether they are creating an environment that helps them compete for talent.”8

— Larry Fink's 2022

Letter to CEOs

Company Leadership is being advised by these credible publications to hire a new C-Suite executive:
A Chief Medical Officer to show that Leadership has met its increased fiduciary duty.

Clearly, these publications know that a company with a Chief Medical Officer was better able to navigate the past three years and are better prepared for the future. BUT…the average cost of a Chief Medical Officer is approximately $400,000 per year.



Provide virtual access to a part time Chief Medical Advisor™ (an expert, Board-certified physician) to companies of all sizes at a fraction of the cost of a Chief Medical Officer. Help you address the urgent challenges facing your company:

Provide significant ROI at a modest cost.

Provide medical expertise to obtain resources for unforeseen health challenges.

Evaluate your company’s existing health and wellness programs to see if they are addressing your company’s unique needs and reducing health care costs.

Facing and addressing the Great Resignation phenomenon.

Expertly addressing growing employee behavioral health issues. 50% of HR leaders say that the benefits they are providing are inadequate. 73% of employers are increasing their behavioral health investment.

Evaluating your company’s existing health and wellness programs to see if they are addressing your unique needs and reducing health costs.



Let’s brainstorm your current and expected needs.

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