Victor Negron-Velez, MPA-HCA
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Victor has extensive experience in international business development for US hospitals, especially in Latin American countries. Before joining CHOP, Victor worked at Boston Children’s Hospital as Director of International Physician & Business Development, where he was successful in building brand recognition for BCH and increased patient referral volume across Latin America. He also worked in developing referrals from Latin America for Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, FL.
Victor has experience working on both provider and payer sides, including Director of International Business Development at Global Excel Management, where he significantly grew business for the payer in the Caribbean and Latin America.
His previous experience at Boston Children’s Hospital and Jackson Memorial Hospital International Program lends to his depth into the international business of medicine. Victor plays a central role connecting market segments for the continuity of care on complex and rare cases abroad.
BA - Interamerican University of Puerto Rico, San German, PR
Master of Public Administration/Healthcare Administration - Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
Business Development Director, Global Medicine
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