Bret Jorgensen has more than 20 years of leadership experience in rapid growth, technology enabled health services and a proven track record in fundraising, execution and value creation. Bret is currently the Chairman & CEO of MDVIP, the nations largest network of consumer-focused and funded personalized primary care physicians. He returned to lead MDVIP in June 2014 after the repurchase of the company by Summit Partners from Procter & Gamble. He was previously CEO of MDVIP until early 2010, when he led the successful sale of the company to P&G. He remained an MDVIP board under P&G’s ownership. Prior to that, he was CEO of InSight Health, a $300 million diagnostic imaging business with more than 200 service sites. Prior to that he was CEO of Directfit, an IT services company that he sold to TEKsystems. Prior to Directfit, Bret Co-Founded and was President of TheraTx Health Services a successful publicly traded company with 240 clinics and 5,000 employees. He left shortly after selling the company for $550 million. TheraTx was recognized as the 2nd fastest growing public company by Inc. magazine and Bret received the “Entrepreneur of the Year” Award in Healthcare. He received his Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude in Economics from Claremont McKenna College. He has served as a director of several public and private healthcare companies. He is currently on the Board of Kravis Leadership Institute and has served on the board of several other non-profits. Bret is Chairman Emeritus of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) of San Diego and an active member of YPO/WPO.
Bret is married with two children. He and his family love adventure travel. Bret is also an avid helicopter skier and snowboarder, surfer, scuba diver and outdoors enthusiast.
In his role as Chairman, Bret provides strategy and execution guidance and support to the leadership team. His extensive experience in both raising capital and steering sustainable, profitable rapid growth will help Crossover realize the promise of it’s unique and transformative onsite health care delivery model.