New Leadership for VR Training Organization

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Scott Johnson has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of Health Scholars. Johnson will further accelerate Health Scholars growth and solidify its market leadership in VR training and care delivery transformation.

Johnson has more than 20 years’ experience executing high-impact growth strategies and business transformations, with a track record of building, leading, and scaling early-stage and established public healthcare companies to exceptional levels of revenue growth and profitability. In his most recent role as President and Chief Operating Officer of CirrusMD, Johnson was responsible for managing all functional teams and supporting company strategy, growth, and capital raises.

“I’m very excited to be joining the incredibly talented Health Scholars team,” said Johnson. “The vision at Health Scholars remains the same. We’ll continue building our position as the leader in VR training for healthcare professionals. This team is changing the status quo of how providers train and improve the quality of care, and I’m eager to help propel the organization effectively into the future – for our people, our partners, and the healthcare community at large."

Since Health Scholars received its $17M Series B in 2019, it has expanded its VR training portfolio to address required training for both pre- and in-hospital providers, including pediatric emergency training developed in partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

Prior to CirrusMD, Johnson led Skylight Healthcare, Philips Healthcare and several early-stage healthcare technology/services companies all working to disrupt healthcare using technology.

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