Senior Whole Health of NY Names New President

NEW YORK, NY, Monday, April 8 – David Kleinhanzl, a veteran health plan executive with extensive experience with Medicare and Medicaid plans in New York, has been named the president of Senior Whole Health of New York (SWH).
SWH provides all-inclusive health care and support services to residents of Bronx, Kings, New York, and Queens counties who are eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid.

"With his knowledge of New York and experience with Medicare and Medicaid plans, David is the perfect choice to head Senior Whole Health of New York and build on its growth and momentum," said SWH Chairman and CEO Wayne Lowell. "He understands the Medicare-Medicaid population in New York and how to keep them healthy."

"This is the opportunity for which I've been training my entire career," said Kleinhanzl. "The Senior Whole Health model of combining all-inclusive care and support services has not only succeeded in keeping seniors healthy and living independently, but it is the future of all of health care."

Prior to joining SWH, Kleinhanzl was chief operating officer of Cuatro, a Queens-based startup Medicare health plan. He has also held leadership positions in operations and marketing at Centerlight Healthcare and Healthfirst, both large New York health plans with Medicare and Medicaid products. Kleinhanzl holds bachelor of arts and masters of business administration degrees from Case Western Reserve University of Cleveland.