CONTINUUM’S Management Team is supported by a seasoned Advisory Board whose members provide executive-level business acumen on an as-needed basis.
THOMAS J. HOPKINS | Managing Director, Colchester Capital
Tom Hopkins serves as Chairman of the Advisory Council of Continuum Rehabilitation. Tom founded Colchester Capital, LLC in 2003 and currently serves as its Managing Director, where he leads all investment activities for the firm. Hopkins has over 19 years of investment banking experience at Deutsche Bank (and its predecessor Alex, Brown & Sons), Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns. He started his investment banking career at Drexel Burnham Lambert. Hopkins brings to Continuum Rehabilitation his deep knowledge and understanding of capital formation, capital management and financial reporting, having worked on a large variety of capital raising and strategic advisory transactions for companies in a wide range of industries including the healthcare, communications, technology and industrial sectors. His educational background includes an M.B.A. (Wharton), a J.D. from Villanova University School of Law and a B.A. from Dartmouth College.
MOLLY KNORR | Senior Vice President, UnitedHealthcare
Molly Knorr brings over 25 years of senior executive experience in managed care, with a proven track record in delivering exceptional financial performance. She joined UnitedHealthcare in January 2009 to lead the development and implementation of key medical cost management initiatives and trend mitigation strategies. Previously, she served as Vice President of National Networks, Contracting & Strategy at Aetna, Inc. where she was responsible for a broad range of functions including negotiation and achievement of trend targets for Aetna’s national ancillary contracts. Molly’s prior experience includes managing the profitable growth of Aetna’s Northeast Region middle market segment, Market CEO of Aetna’s Maryland health plan and Vice President of Network Management for Cigna HealthCare, Inc. She is a graduate of Lafayette College and received her law degree from Widener University. She has served on the boards of Prevent Blindness Connecticut, YWCA-Hartford Region and currently serves on the board of trustees for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford.
JEFFREY HOGAN | New England Regional Manager, Rogers Benefit Group
Jeff has served as the New England Regional Manager for Rogers Benefit Group, Inc., a Minneapolis-based, privately held insurance marketing and benefits consulting firm for over 20 years. RBG was established in 1947, operates nationally and coordinates outsourced distribution services for national health payers. Jeff specializes in design and financing strategies for middle market health plan sponsors. He has consulted for ACOs, provider groups and insurance carriers regarding these strategies around the country and has focused on enterprise solutions for healthcare related businesses and vendors. Jeff also owns Consumer Consult, LLC a healthcare consulting company. Jeff has lectured on advanced CDC implementation techniques, the technical architecture of CDC products, ACA implementation and advanced self funding techniques. He has provided expert witness services on health insurance issues and strategies. Jeff focuses on topics involving health policy, healthcare analytics and healthcare financing. Jeff earned his B.A. from Clark University.
WILLIAM L. CARROLL, M.D., J.D. | Medical Director
As Continuum’s Medical Director, Bill is involved with clinical program development and oversight, and advises our clinical team. Bill is a Philadelphia native and a graduate of St. Joseph’s University and The Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He has maintained a full-time family medicine practice in Newtown-Edgmont, Delaware County, Pennsylvania for over two decades, and served the Marple-Newtown School system as the school system physician for two decades. In addition, he serves both the Devereux Foundation, and the Melmark Foundation, in both a clinical capacity and as Medical Director, caring for patients with disabilities. Bill is on active staff at all of the Main Line hospitals, including Paoli, Memorial Hospital, Lankenau Hospital, Bryn Mawr Hospital, Riddle Memorial Hospital and Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital. He is a member of the American Medical Association, Pennsylvania Medical Association, and The American Academy of Family Practice (AAFP). He is also Board-certified by the American Board of Family Practice, and completed a two- year Physician Leadership Program at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has been acknowledged as a “Top Doctor” by Main Line Magazine, Philadelphia Magazine and U.S. News & World Report. Bill also received a J.D. from Gonzaga University School of Law.
DINO MENCARINI, PT | Advisor, Facility Practices
In addition to treating patients, Dino has managed staff, supervised program managers, and coordinated with client owners/operators. He has deep expertise monitoring daily staffing needs and developing alternatives that best meet the clinical needs of the patients. Dino has over 25 years of diverse, clinical management and academic teaching experience in rehabilitation with nationally recognized therapy programs. Prior to earning a B.S. in Physical Therapy from the University of Connecticut, he worked as a Physical Therapy Assistant in a variety of clinical settings.