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Jay Jarrell is an is a results-oriented executive as CEO, President, and CFO of diverse and multi-site health care and manufacturing operations, both publicly-owned and private equity owned.
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  JAY A. JARRELL CEO/PRESIDENT/CFO   jj2432@tampabay.rr.com 813.514.7782 Results-oriented Executive as CEO, President, and CFO of diverse and multi-site health care and manufacturing operations, both publicly-owned and private equity owned. Expert in strategic planning, M&A, growing companies, refinancing, and turnarounds. A visionary and a leader with a reputation of achieving aggressive goals. Analytical and decisive, with excellent negotiation and team-building skills. Career Highlights :    Recently led the turnaround of a negative-growth and nearly bankrupt national healthcare company, followed by the successful sales of its subsidiaries.    Helped guide Columbia Healthcare into becoming the largest hospital company. Led, negotiated, and assimilated multiple hospital, home health, multi-specialty physician practice, and other healthcare acquisitions. Achieved in excess of twenty percent revenue growth in mature $1 billion division.    Received award at World Business Forum for Essay on Participatory Management from Bill George, Harvard professor and former CEO of Medtronics.    Provided executive sales training to international multi-billion dollar equipment manufacturer and to a national software consulting services firm.    Developed and implemented long-range strategic plans that helped obtain increases in revenues and EBIDTA in excess of 20 percent.    Created and implemented a division-wide customer service plan, modeled after the Ritz Carlton program, that almost immediately increased revenues by 20 percent.    Led the assimilation of two large hospital mergers, HCA and Humana hospitals, into my Division.    Developed and implemented a successful comprehensive reorganization and refinancing plan for Basic American Medical that led to a seven fold increase in the market value of our stock. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE JWT Investments: 2013 - Present CEO and President of business consulting and private investment firm DORMIR, INC.: 2010 - 2012 CEO and President Dormir consisted of three divisions totaling $40 million of revenue –  1. National sleep apnea management and diagnostic services. 2. National provider of respiratory DME services and products (CPAP and Oxygen). 3. Clinical trials research studies.    Brought in to turn around Dormir and avoid bankruptcy. Its revenues were declining, it was losing money, and it was near bankruptcy.    Immediately developed and implemented a strategic plan and eliminated a failing strategy and business group.    Within three months, turned around a negative EBITDA into a positive one.    Within two months, obtained additional equity and refinanced significant debt.    Followed that up with an exit strategy that successfully sold the business segments. JWT INVESTMENTS: 2003 –  2009 CEO and President of business consulting and private investment firm    Major investments have been in real estate, technology, and biotech.     Consulting assignments include Philips Healthcare in The Netherlands and Edgewater Technologies in Boston. COLUMBIA HEALTHCARE, INC.: 1992 –  2002 P RESIDENT ,   S OUTHWEST F LORIDA D IVISION –   (1996 –  2002):   Division included six hospitals, four ambulatory surgery centers, a 100+ multi-specialty physicians practice group, hospital-based nursing, physical rehabilitation and psychiatric units, and a division-wide home health agency. Annual gross revenues of $1.1 billion. Had 15 direct reports and total employees of 5,000.    Promoted to grow revenues. Oversaw all operations, including contract approval, acquisitions, marketing, public relations, strategic planning, and capital expenditures.    Realized a 20% increase in revenues from higher admissions after launching a new customer service training program modeled after that of the Ritz Carlton. Awarded employees for outstanding service and implemented an incentive program for increased admissions. Held repeated presentations to staff and persuaded subsidiary Presidents to adopt the program as their number one priority.    Developed and implemented a comprehensive strategic plan for each subsidiary ’s agg ressive growth plans. Focus was on acquisitions, customer service programs, marketing and public image.    Designed and developed market data bases that targeted areas of our markets where we had the greatest opportunity to increase revenues. Efforts resulted in 10 to 15% increases in profitability.    Successfully and quickly integrated merged and acquired operations. C ORPORATE G ROUP V ICE P RESIDENT /   CFO,   F LORIDA G ROUP –   (1994 –  1996):   Group consisted of 60 hospitals, 20 ambulatory surgery centers, several physician practice groups, and skilled nursing and rehab facilities, in addition to home health agencies. Gross revenue was $10 billion and EBIDTA was in excess of $1 billion.    Promoted to oversee the financial operations, strategic planning, financial planning, acquisitions due diligence, and cash management of four divisions, covering the entire state of Florida.    Initiated, negotiated, and closed acquisitions of two of the largest and highest quality home health companies in the U.S. Implemented the acquisitions into all sixty hospitals, which added several million dollars to profitability and increased cash flow.    Led due diligence of three large, tertiary care hospitals in addition to other hospital and healthcare-related companies and their subsequent integration into the Florida Group. Indoctrinated the leadership on Columbia’s operations to ensure a quick and smooth transition.    Implement a sophisticated rate modeling program through all 60 hospitals, establishing the rates of each hospital. Program increased profitability by over $3 million annually, eliminated unnecessary charges, and established competitive prices.    Won the annual award and prize as Columbia’s Outstanding Group CFO.   D IVISION V ICE P RESIDENT /   CFO,   W EST F LORIDA D IVISION –   (1992 –  1994):   Responsible for overall financial operations, financial planning, cash management, and acquisitions due diligence for the division, where gross revenues were $1 billion. Division consisted of 17 hospitals, a home health agency, and skilled nursing, rehab and psychiatric units.    Conceptualized and championed the idea of acquiring the best, highest quality and most reputable home health companies in Southwest Florida, and then, initiated and acquired two large agencies.    Secured an exclusive county-wide healthcare contract that had previously gone to the competition. This brought in $1+ million annually in revenue.    Oversaw the assimilation of nine hospitals into the Division, quickly integrating their various cultures into one cohesive plan, focusing on market growth in their area.  BASIC AMERICAN MEDICAL, INC., Indianapolis, IN: 1985 –  1992 S ENIOR V ICE P RESIDENT /   CFO   /   T REASURER   Basic American Medical was a diversified global healthcare company with gross revenues in excess of $1 billion. Responsible for debt financing, cash management and investing, financial planning, financial reporting, both to the SEC and the public, and investor relations.    Developed a reorganization plan to dispose of operations that were losing money, and then led the process in initiating and executing their dispositions.    Developed and implemented profit improvement plans for the other operations. Efforts resulted in an immediate return to profitability and increasing market value seven fold within a few years.    Won acclaim from the Board of Directors for the reorganization plan that resulted four years later in a merger with Columbia Healthcare at a significant premium t  o Basic American Medical’s  publicly traded price.    Refinanced and financed several senior and subordinated debt issues totaling in excess of $100 million.  ARTHUR ANDERSEN & CO., Indianapolis, IN. 1977 –  1984 Senior Manager, Senior Auditor   B.S., Business Administration (concentration in Accounting and Economics), University of Indianapolis. Former CPA
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