Our physician office business for medical and laboratory products is now part of Henry Schein Medical — the world’s largest provider of health care products and services for office-based medical, dental, and animal health practitioners.
George S. Barrett leads Cardinal Health in its essential role supporting hospitals, pharmacies and alternative sites of care in their effort to improve the quality and safety of patient care, while reducing costs and improving efficiency.
President, Hospital Solutions and Global Supply Chain
Mike Duffy is president of Hospital Solutions and Global Supply Chain, where he is responsible for bringing all Cardinal Health Medical products, services and solutions to our hospital customers. Mike has spent the last 20 years working in the supply chain – in industries which at first seem very diverse (consumer packaged goods, automotive and healthcare) – but in fact have become increasingly similar in the roles they play with consumers. He has a deep passion for developing talent in organizations and has become a regular speaker on the topic.
Vice President, Services and Operations, Cardinal Health Inventory Management Solutions
As vice president of Services and Operations for Cardinal Health Inventory Management Solutions (formerly WaveMark, Inc.), Carola Endicott leads the account management, implementation and field operations, infrastructure operations, and customer service sectors.
Chief Medical Officer, Cardinal Health Specialty Solutions
New payment models and value-based care, Clinical Pathways in hematologic malignancies, Targeted therapies in Lymphomas and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, Strategies to improve operations and enhance efficiency in cancer care
Vice President of Marketing, Hospital Solutions & Global Supply Chain
Rebecca Hellmann is a vice president of marketing at Cardinal Health and brings more than 20 years of experience in business and marketing strategy, insight generation and product development to her role.
Senior Vice President, Supply Chain, Cardinal Health
As Senior Vice President of Supply Chain, Scott Nelson oversees the national supply chain operations for the Medical Segment of Cardinal Health. This includes the transportation and distribution of a vast portfolio of Cardinal Health brand and national brand medical-surgical products to health care providers and suppliers across the United States.
Managing Director of Business Strategy and Special Projects, Regulatory Sciences, Cardinal Health Specialty Solutions
Greg Onyszchuk is a nationally-recognized expert in FDA requirements for electronic submission formats and has extensive experience in planning and program management of New Drug Application (NDA) submissions.
Managing Director of Regulatory Submissions and Administrative Operations, Regulatory Sciences, Cardinal Health Specialty Solutions
Gina Ross is responsible for the overall business development, strategic, managerial and operational aspects of a diverse team of regulatory document specialists, regulatory submission specialists, project managers and registration/licensing specialists.
Dr. Shea is a clinical pharmacist who specializes in providing strategies, support activities, and programs to optimize antimicrobial stewardship as well as drug safety, efficacy, and cost-effectiveness related to infectious diseases.
As senior vice president of Commercial Technologies, Brent Stutz leads Fuse, Cardinal Health’s innovative technology lab, that houses the design, development and delivery of technology-enabled services and software to help healthcare providers improve the safety and efficiency of patient care.
Sr. Analyst, Clinical Data Innovation and Insights
Jessica Sverha is a registered nurse who applies her clinical knowledge at Cardinal Health toward product cross-referencing and alignment with global product standards, helping the company to provide industry-leading, value-oriented healthcare products across the continuum of care.
Luke Tobin is a registered nurse who drives adoption of enhanced clinical data and automation, focused on helping large healthcare systems reduce costs through innovative, cross-functional collaboration and clinical data integration.
Jim Vieira is a clinical pharmacist with 30 years of experience in successfully implementing clinical programs for hospitals with varied levels of resources, ranging from small critical access hospitals to large teaching medical centers, and covering geography across the continental United States and Puerto Rico.