Scott Leftwich joined Calidi’s Board of Directors as Vice-Chairman in May 2019. Previously, he owned a consulting company that personally advised a Group President of the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) on the Fortune 100 company’s care management strategy. From 2011 to 2014, Leftwich served as CEO at InterMedHx, a healthcare software company, since acquired by the world’s second-largest electronic medical record company: Cerner Corporation. Between 2005 and 2010, he held the position of COO at Anakam, a security software company—acquired by Equifax in 2010—focused on the protection of personal healthcare information within patient-facing portals. Prior, he was COO of an education company, which he successfully grew from 150 to 800 employees, as well as from $10 million to over $60 million in revenues in under four years. Leftwich spent the first 15 years of his career as a P-3 pilot in the Navy, where he rose to the rank of Commander, flying across the world for missions in Iceland, the United Kingdom, Japan, Korea, Sicily, and South America. His final assignment in the service was to lead one of the nation’s most sensitive presidential contingency programs at the White House Military Office. Leftwich holds an MBA with honors from Harvard Business School, in addition to a BS with distinction from the US Naval Academy.
Vice-Chairman of the Board — Appointed May 2019