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David Colaiuta, JD

With over 27 years of experience in healthcare, David combines his unique financial, operational and legal expertise with a passion for creating the best possible experience for patients and those that care for them. He is committed to working with providers and healthcare leaders to create environments in which exceptional care drives both financial success and professional fulfillment. By working with providers and leaders at all levels, David has helped organizations successfully navigate regulatory, operational and financial pitfalls while implementing strategies that improve both satisfaction and outcomes.

Professional Experience

  • Executive Director, Physician Practices, Bethesda Health, an Affiliate of Baptist Health South Florida
  • Director, Provider Contracting, South GA Market, CIGNA Healthcare, Atlanta, GA
  • Practice Administrator, Memorial Health University Physicians, Savannah, GA
  • Administrative Director, Susquehanna Physician Services, Williamsport, PA
  • Attorney/Consultant, Health Care Law Associates, Plymouth Meeting, PA
  • Business Manager, Obstetrics and Gynecology Associate, Wilmington, DE

Signature Engagements

  • Led successful acquisition and retention of health system’s highest volume surgical group
  • Partnered with primary care physician team to obtain Patient-centered Medical Home designation
  • Member of the contracting team that completed build-out of a statewide provider network, adding 64 hospitals, several hundred ancillary facilities and over 1,500 physicians to the network
  • Recruited physicians to grow employed physician staff roster by over 300 percent

Education and Certifications

  • Juris Doctor, Widener University Delaware Law School
  • Bachelor of Arts, Accounting, Business Administration and Economics, Gordon College, Wenham, MA

Professional Associations

  • Member, American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Member, Medical Group Management Association (MGMA)
  • David Colaiuta

    David Colaiuta, JD

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