CVS names Marc-David Munk CMO of MinuteClinic

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WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health has appointed Marc-David Munk, as the new chief medical officer (CMO) of MinuteClinic, the company’s retail medical clinic subsidiary, and as associate CMO of CVS Health.

In his new role, Munk will lead and oversee MinuteClinic’s patient care strategies with a focus on ensuring that MinuteClinic continues to provide high-quality clinical care to patients. In addition, Munk will help further develop innovative strategic programming and expanded health care services across the CVS Health enterprise.

“We’re pleased that Marc-David Munk will be joining the health care leadership team at MinuteClinic and CVS Health,” said Dr. Troyen Brennan, CVS Health said in a statement. “Marc-David has an impressive background in health care and has demonstrated that he is a proven leader in the delivery of high-quality care. We believe that the knowledge and experience Marc-David will bring to MinuteClinic and to the overall CVS Health enterprise will not only lead to care delivery enhancements, but also to further innovation as we look for ways to expand and integrate health care services across our business.”

Munk was most recently the CMO of Boston-based Iora Health. In his role at Iora Health, Munk led the health care system’s care model and care delivery at practices across seven states. During his tenure, Munk helped restructure Iora Health’s model of care, including integrated behavioral health. His work resulted in improved care quality scores across Iora Health’s health care system.

Before joining Iora Health in June 2015, Munk served as CMO of Reliant Medical Group. He has also held leadership positions at the University of New Mexico Health System and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He received a Bachelor’s Degree  from Colgate University, a Doctor of Medicine degree from Jefferson Medical College, a Master of Public Health from Boston University, and most recently a Master of Science in Health Care Management from Harvard University.




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