Dr. Swenson brings over 20 years of experience as a physician executive to his role as founder and leader of US Post Acute Care. His vision is to create an environment of action and accountability based on a high level of engagement between facility administration, clinical staff, patients and family. Dr. Swenson’s clinical and executive experience has covered a broad range of acute and post-acute inpatient care settings. He is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Quality Assurance and Utilization Review, and as a Physician Executive.

Prior to founding US PAC, Dr. Swenson was the Division Vice President of Graduate Medical Education (GME) and Chief Medical Officer for a 340-bed hospital for Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). From 2008 to 2014, Dr. Swenson was the Regional Director of Medical Affairs for IPC Healthcare, where he led the growth of the region through practice acquisitions and payer contract relationships. From 2002 to 2008, he held positions as a hospitalist, and Medical Director for InPatient Physicians Network. Swenson completed his residency training at Memorial Hospital University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia in 2002.

Marcie joins US PAC with wealth of executive experience in corporate operations, mergers and acquisitions, and clinical practice management. She is responsible for the growth and development of US PAC operations on a national basis. An expert in negotiation and communication with clinical practices, Marcie is building a business platform that empowers post-acute clinicians to bring added quality to their patients with better value for the facilities they serve.

Prior to joining US PAC, Marcie was Vice President, Mergers and Acquisitions for Riverchase Dermatology, where she was responsible for managing the company’s external growth strategy. From 2006 to 2017, Marcie was Vice President of Corporate Development for IPC Healthcare, where she was instrumental in building the largest post-acute clinical practice group in the US. Formerly, Marcie was Vice President at InteliStaf Healthcare from 1993 to 2006 where she managed operations, talent acquisition and business development for their travel nursing division.

Dr. Henning has extensive leadership experience as a practicing physician, medical director, and physician executive. From 2013 to 2020, Dr. Henning served as Medical Director for Optum CarePlus for the states of Washington and Oregon. Prior to that, he served as Chief Medical Director for Amedisys, Inc. a national hospice and home health company. Dr. Henning is board-certified in Family Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Additionally, Dr. Henning is a Certified Medical Director with the American Medical Directors Association. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Currently, Dr. Henning serves as President of the National POLST Leadership Council and on the board of the Washington State Post Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine Society.

Dr. Henning has served on the teaching faculty of a family medicine residency and in the private practice of family medicine. He is committed to ensuring post-acute care patients receive the best medical care available consistent with their goals and personal values. A well-regarded teacher and lecturer at many U.S. and international medical meetings, Dr. Henning has expertise in teaching and fostering communication skills among clinicians that maximize both patient outcomes and the patient care experience.

Dr. Henning received his medical training at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland and his residency training at Martin Army Community Hospital in Fort Benning, Georgia.

Trisha joins US PAC with fourteen years of experience in healthcare finance and accounting. Most recently, Trisha was Controller at Frontier Derm Partners, a leading dermatology platform. While with Frontier, Trisha built their accounting, accounts payable and payroll teams from the ground up. Prior to that, Trisha was Controller/Director of Accounting at EyeHealth Northwest, a major regional ophthalmology practice based in Portland OR. Trisha has deep experience in all levels of finance and prides herself on creating inclusive cultures in which teamwork thrives.

Trisha received her BA from Washington State University in 2000 and continued with post-graduate studies in Business and Accounting at Portland State in 2006. Trisha obtained her CPA license in 2015, and is a member of the AICPA and OSCPA.

Fred brings to US PAC more than twenty years of executive experience in revenue cycle management, contract management and payor negotiations. He is responsible for building and leading the team to effectively manage the revenue cycle across multiple markets and facility types. Prior to joining US PAC, Fred was the Vice President of Billing Operations for Team Health, where he managed a large RCM team to handle the billing and collections process for hundreds of millions of dollars in annual revenue on a national scale. Prior to Team Health, Fred was Vice President, Central Business Office for IPC Healthcare, where he built a revenue cycle team managing nearly $1B in annual revenue for more than 1,500 clinicians in 30 states. A California native, Fred earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles.