AMERICAN HEALTH PARTNERS
The Franklin health care company American Health Partners promoted Robin Bradley to the role of chief operating officer.
American Health Partners provides post-acute health care services to prevent unnecessary hospital stays for older people. The company owns 29 senior living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, five psychiatric hospitals, eight home health, five hospice offices and a long-term care pharmacy.
Bradley has more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She joined American Health Partners in 2016 as COO of its American Health Plans division, which owns and manages institutional special needs plans for seniors living in long-term care facilities.
As COO of American Health Partners, Bradley will ensure the company has proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people and systems to optimize efficiencies and ensure financial strength across its divisions.
Prior to joining American Health Plans, Bradley was vice president of administration for Unity Physician Partners Inc., which created a medical home model to improve care and reduce costs for patients with both physical and mental health conditions. She previously was vice president of administration for Windsor Health Plan, one of the earliest Medicare Advantage plans in the U.S., and Vanderbilt Health Plans, a provider-owned Medicaid plan.
Bradley received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Georgia and her MBA and Master of Health Administration from Georgia State University.