Institutes of Health Announces Appointment of Jennifer Johnson as Vice President of Organizational Development


[Feb 19, 2024, San Diego, CA] — Institutes of Health (“IOH”), a leading transdisciplinary Workers’ Compensation treatment organization focused on patients suffering from complex and chronic conditions, is delighted to announce the appointment of Jennifer Johnson as Vice President of Organizational Development. Jennifer brings with her a wealth of experience and expertise in organizational leadership in Workers’ Compensation, making her a valuable addition to our team.

"We are thrilled to welcome Jennifer to the IOH family," said Dr. Tomer Anbar, Co-Founder and CEO at IOH. “Jennifer’s leadership and experience will be instrumental as we continue to advance our mission of enriching patient lives through thoughtful treatment and outstanding clinical results."

Jennifer Johnson brings over three decades of expertise in navigating multi-state Workers' Compensation systems, Occupational Medicine, managed care, and various regulatory frameworks, making her a seasoned industry leader. Specializing in crafting tailored, evidence-based injury-care partnerships and programs for both public and private self-insured entities, Jennifer is renowned for her ability to forge strong, collaborative relationships with stakeholders. Her approach yields tangible success, supported by data-driven Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and sustained client-centric management.

“I look forward to becoming a valued member of the IOH family, identifying and executing vital performance and process enhancements,” Jennifer states. “Helping to cultivate this growing organization to continuously elevate program health, outcomes, and innovation objectives."

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About Institutes of Health

Institutes of Health (IOH) is widely recognized for its reputation as an innovative provider of world-class care, characterized by a combination of expertise and compassion, particularly for patients in the Workers’ Compensation arena dealing with Chronic Pain, Brain Injury, PTSD, and associated disabilities. Notably, these conditions represent a substantial portion, ranging over 90%, of the expenses associated with Workers' Compensation claims. IOH is firmly committed to systematically addressing these challenges through a transdisciplinary treatment approach aimed at improving clinical outcomes, expediting assessments for Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI) and Permanent and Stationary (P&S) status, and ultimately reducing the overall expense of claims. This is achieved through a coordinated and efficient offering across the entire continuum of care.

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