FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 27, 2020
Delia Caldwell joined ERDMAN as a Director – Advisory Services. She will lead projects and client relationships across ERDMAN’s advisory services portfolio. She will additionally support planning and programming efforts to inform our design work. “Although these are unprecedented times, ERDMAN is committed to building healthier communities and Delia will be a great addition to our growing team,” says ERDMAN Senior Vice President Robert Moss. “Her expertise and diverse background will be valuable in delivering insights that support our clients’ goals, plus advance their care delivery models.”
Prior to joining ERDMAN, Delia worked at Catalyst (a division within Haskell). While there, she served as a Principal/Senior Healthcare Analyst performing a wide range of consulting services. Delia’s experience also includes working as a Strategic Communications Advisor and Project Leader for Nortel Networks. She additionally has extensive corporate training in lean for healthcare, project management, facilitation, process benchmarking, and more! Her expertise is further exemplified with features in various online publications such as Healthcare Design Magazine and Healthcare IT News. Delia received her MBA from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and bachelor’s degree from Berklee College.
At ERDMAN®, we believe the questions of new service offerings, population health, patient and resident experience, new care models, and facilities are not separate, isolated challenges. We believe that by looking at these challenges through multiple perspectives simultaneously, we come up with more effective and efficient solutions. Through our Integrative Thinking, we take on the complex challenges of healthcare and senior living to help our clients build healthier communities. www.erdman.com.
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