Reynold G. Spadoni, MBA
Red Sail Advisors, Principal & Founder
Rey Spadoni has held a variety of senior level positions within the health care industry over nearly four decades, including within the hospital, ambulatory, payer, and post-acute sectors. He has served as the President and CEO of the VNA of Boston, the nation’s first home health care agency, President of Partners HealthCare at Home, the $100m home care division of Partners HealthCare (now Mass General Brigham), and CEO of Community Health Systems, a multi-service post-acute and community-based service provider. In these roles, Rey focused on establishing strategic partnerships, organizing and driving financial turnarounds, improving employee and patient satisfaction, and leading merger initiatives.
Rey has led significant organizational transformations at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua, New Hampshire (as Interim President), Neighborhood Health Plan (now Mass General Brigham Health Plan), and Dimock Community Health Center. Rey specializes in financial turnarounds, strategic planning, developing and implementing major strategic partnerships (including mergers and acquisitions), program and corporate divestitures, supporting executive team and trustee development, and conducting strategic, financial, and operational assessments.
He spent the first eight years of his career working as a health care consultant with Ernst & Young, supporting tax-exempt financings through the development of financial feasibility studies, facilitating affiliation and integrated system formation efforts, and leading strategic planning initiatives for several organizations, including academic medical centers, acute care hospitals, and community-based providers.
Additionally, Rey has served on several not-for-profit boards of directors, is a frequent industry speaker, and is the author of Amazon bestseller “Saving Organizations That Matter: Ascending From the Confluence of Chaos”. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Boston University and completed his undergraduate degree at Holy Cross College. Additionally, he has served as a deacon in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston since 2004.