MedHQ Appoints New Presidents


MedHQ Appoints New Presidents

Erin Boers and Erik Miller joined MedHQ in Chicago, Illinois, as vice president of human resources (HR) services and president and general manager, respectively, according to a release.

Boers has dedicated the majority of her career to supporting the most important asset of any organization: its people. She will leverage her experience as she oversees executive functions of her new role, including developing strategies to address talent acquisition and retention, employee training, engagement, compensation and benefits, as well as HR policies and practices and industry relations.

“Erin has an impressive track record of building infrastructure and empowering successful teams in a high-growth environment,” said MedHQ Chief Executive Officer Tom Jacobs in the release. “We are proud to welcome her to our team and look forward to her leadership and guidance as we expand our footprint and increase our ability to serve outpatient healthcare clients nationwide.”

Boers has a demonstrated history of working in the hospital and healthcare industry, including roles at the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care and Lifeline Vascular Care. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources Management from DeVry University, according to the release.

“MedHQ has a stellar reputation in the industry,” Boers said in the release. “I connect strongly with the company’s culture and its values and am honored to join the team at this pivotal moment of growth.”

Miller joins MedHQ after more than 15 years in the healthcare industry, most recently serving as interim president of anesthesia medicine at Ventra Health, as well as serving as the company’s chief strategy and business development officer.

“I am thrilled to join MedHQ and have the opportunity to work alongside a dynamic team of experts who enable our clients to access a suite of tech-enabled expert services so they can focus on what matters most—delivering exceptional patient care,” Miller said in the release.

Miller’s appointment comes less than two years into 424 Capital’s investment in MedHQ, and less than a year since MedHQ acquired Becker Health and Avanza Healthcare Strategies.

“We have demonstrated our ability to recruit outstanding talent through acquisitions and have extended this capability to organic hires like Erik,” Jacobs said in the release. “Recruiting healthcare experts aligns with our core values and is critical as MedHQ continues to grow and scale.”