Intus Care announced that Oracle Health chairman David Feinberg, MD, would join the company’s board of directors.
Intus Care, developer of an innovative predictive analytics platform designed for geriatric health, today announced that David Feinberg, MD, chairman of Oracle Health, has joined its esteemed board of directors.
Feinberg is committed to making healthcare more accessible, affordable, and equitable, according to Intus, and his goals align with the company’s mission of enabling more effective geriatric care by providing care providers with data to make more informed decisions.
“As CEO of Cerner, and now in his role at Oracle, few people understand the healthcare IT landscape and the importance of empowering care providers with better technologies like David does,” said Robbie Felton, CEO, Intus Care. “He recognizes the value of leveraging patient data in more meaningful ways, a mission which Intus Care shares.”
Previously, Feinberg served as president and CEO of Cerner, the healthcare IT industry leader, which was acquired by Oracle in June of 2022. He led Cerner teams focused on delivering tools and technology to improve the patient and caregiver experience.
Before his position at Cerner, Feinberg served as president and CEO of both UCLA Health and Geisinger Health before assuming leadership of Google Health in early 2019. He earned his MD from Chicago Medical School in 1989, finishing at the top of his class, and is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He also holds an economics degree from the University of California-Berkeley and an MBA from Pepperdine University.
Intus Care is expanding its PACE partnerships and aiming to scale its work with special needs plans and other senior care entities across the healthcare spectrum to provide high-quality care to vulnerable older adult populations.
“I’m excited to join the Intus Care board of directors. The work they’re doing is going to allow data that care providers are already collecting to go much further in terms of improving care outcomes,” said Feinberg. “Intus Care is already proving through its work with PACE programs across the country that they have what it takes to allow routine data to be used to make hard-to-see correlations that can reduce patient complications and improve overall patient care.”