MultiCorp Medical
A division of Multicorp International, Inc.
Management at Multicorp International:

David Gustafson - CEO

Ben Friedman - President

Medical Advisory Panel - TBD


David's past experience in the health care sector -

President
Gustafson + Associates, LLC
January 2007 – Present (9 years 2 months)
Hospital and Healthcare related Interim Leadership, Project Management, Program Development and Company Incubation.

Senior Corporate Ambassador
Relamatrix Group,Inc.
2007 – Present (9 years)

Executive Director
NAMM California
July 2012 – October 2014 (2 years 4 months)
Executive Director of PrimeCare of Temecula and Sun City. Two IPAs with 42,000 managed care members.

Hospital CEO
Hemet Valley Medical Center
2005 – 2006 (1 year)Greater Los Angeles Area
CEO of this general acute medical surgical hospital owned by a hospital district. Stimulated patient flow activity through actions resulting
in improved patient throughput, increased bed availability and shortened ER wait times during a time of increasing patient volumes;
reduced Left Without Being Seen rate in ER from over 14% to 3% resulting in the capture of additional revenues for this department and
admissions to the hospital; implemented a variety of initiatives that improved all patient satisfaction indicators; elevated medical quality;
reduced overall productive FTE’s by 3% while concurrently selectively increasing staff to accommodate regulatory compliance
requirements; presided over remodel and business plan development for upgraded Radiation Oncology Department; implemented PACS
system in Radiology Department as well as several other hospital wide IT initiatives

Principal
Phoenix Health Systems Development
August 2003 – November 2005 (2 years 4 months)Greater Los Angeles Area
Engaged in a variety of healthcare projects, mostly focused on business development activity. Provided leadership to a hospital in crisis
averting closure by Dept. of Health Services for serious patient safety and governance deficiencies while simultaneously increasing
census by over 80%.

CEO for several different hospitals in this system
Alta Healthcare System
March 2002 – August 2003 (1 year 6 months)Greater Los Angeles Area
Focused case management efforts reducing Medi-Cal denials by 20%; brought about operating efficiencies by reducing staff and virtually
eliminating overtime; put one hospital on fast track to JCAHO survey readiness and received minimal Type I recommendations

President
Pacific Integrated Healthcare, Inc
August 1993 – March 2002 (8 years 8 months)Greater Los Angeles Area
Management support to physician offices, facilitating growth of practice to accommodate sale; During this time founded and concurrently
operated California Osteoporosis Institute, a company that pioneered low cost, retail oriented bone densitometry in multiple sites
throughout Southern California.

CEO
Panorama Community Hospital
May 1990 – July 1993 (3 years 3 months)Greater Los Angeles Area
Led hospital during time of transition from proprietary corporate ownership to local, not-for-profit control. Guided development of hospital
affiliated IPA; in collaboration with an LA based IPA developed a two county primary care hospital and physician network for managed care
contracting purposes.

Consultant
Blue Cross of California
September 1989 – April 1990 (8 months)Greater Los Angeles Area
Major project in the development of a revolutionary managed care product for psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment.

CEO
Woodview Calabasas Hospital
February 1988 – August 1989 (1 year 7 months)Greater Los Angeles Area
CEO of this HCA managed, psychiatric hospital. Developed new service lines and restructured management team creating new, positive
organizational culture.

CEO
Valley Hospital Medical Center
February 1986 – January 1988 (2 years)Greater Los Angeles Area
CEO of this HealthWest owned institution. Initiated development and construction of on-campus MOB and 600 car parking structure;
initiated micro-surgery program; established case management system focusing on appropriate utilization resulting in a 10% reduction in
length of stay; introduced hospital to risk contracting; guided development of IPA.

CEO
Memorial Medical Center
November 1979 – January 1986 (6 years 3 months)Sioux Falls, South Dakota Area
CEO of this Health Central, Inc. managed community hospital. Provided leadership for and orchestrated the successful merger of the
community's two hospitals; developed management team at all levels resulting in a turnaround of the organization's culture, averting a
unionization attempt; initiated multiple new services.

Education

Hallock High School
Moorhead State University
BA, Business
University of Minnesota
MHA, Health Care Administration