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David Hodges, M.D., M.SC., F.A.C.C.

Senior Vice President, Clinical Services and Director, Cardiovascular Products

Dr. David Hodges brings extensive experience and demonstrated expertise to his role as senior vice president of Clinical Services and director of Cardiovascular Products at National Imaging Associates (NIA). From practicing medicine and training future physicians to serving in consultant and executive positions, Dr. Hodges has successfully blended his interests in medicine and business for nearly 25 years.

Board-certified in internal medicine and cardiology, Dr. Hodges' broad-based clinical experience ranges from direct patient care to academic teaching and research. He has served in clinical leadership roles in all aspects of general cardiology as well as in non-invasive and interventional cardiovascular laboratories. His clinical work has been done at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Beth Israel Hospital of the Harvard Medical School as well as at the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital System. Dr. Hodges maintains an academic affiliation with the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

In addition to clinical work, Dr. Hodges has more than 25 years of health care business leadership experience, ranging from senior positions in clinical resource management and strategy at CSC-Healthcare/APM to his most recent position as medical director of Clinical Products and Knowledge Solutions at Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Along the way, he founded Care Connections - a novel provider-based, disease management company. Dr. Hodges' other business accomplishments include: re-engineering operations at leading U.S. and Canadian medical centers, pioneering disease management software development and leading hundreds of clinical experts through the product development process.

Dr. Hodges earned a medical degree from New York University, he completed his cardiology training at the Brigham and Women's Hospital of the Harvard Medical School, and he holds a master's degree in health policy from the Harvard School of Public Health.