Goran Dragolovic

Goran Dragolovic


Prior to joining ERC Pathlight Goran Dragolovic served as the Chief Executive Officer at Covenant Physician Partners. At Covenant Goran led a complete revamp and transformation of an Ophthalmology and GI private practice management and surgery center network which operated across 19 states and over 60 partnerships. The transformational efforts included elevating physician net promoter score, employee engagement score, improving operating overhead burden and profitability margin while organically growing the portfolio. Prior to CPP Goran served as CEO at Women’s Health USA where he grew WUSA into the second largest Women’s Health platform in the country. Before WUSA Goran spent 7years at Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA), and then at Optum following SCA’s acquisition by Optum. Goran served in several capacities there, including management of a $500M portfolio of surgery centers and specialty hospitals in the western US, leading enterprise-wide strategic service line expansion and leading Practice Growth and Transformation which was designed to help aggregate and organize specialty and surgical physician groups into market-leading “CINs,” “High-performance IPAs,” and “Value-based Narrow Networks.” These aggregation efforts were enabling private surgical practices to participate in, and take advantage of, innovative payment models on an episodic or population risk basis, either under upside gain-sharing arrangements, or on a full-risk basis. These alignment models empowered independent physicians to take greater control of value-based care delivery within their respective markets, ensured attendant economic benefits, and enabled physician groups to grow and thrive within the existing volatile healthcare environment. Goran received his BS in Management Sciences and his MBA at Pepperdine University

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