In his role as Vice President, Business Development. Chad Fullmer works closely with health care facilities to offer expertise in contract utilization and operational improvements, bringing consultative solutions to healthcare facilities. Fullmer has extensive C-Suite and Supply Chain Executive relationships and possesses a deep understanding of the current drivers of healthcare decision making. Fullmer is able to translate this knowledge into differentiated strategies that enable organizations to effectively save money, grow revenue and profitability.
Prior to joining Rural Health Alliance. Fullmer worked as a Regional Director for Intalere GPO serving the upper Midwest. Prior to Intalere. Fullmer held a position as territory manager for Verathon Medical, responsible for the sale and training of diagnostic capital equipment and medical devices to various departments within hospitals. Previously, Fullmer held the position of clinical representative for Ethicon (Johnson & Johnson), responsible for negotiations of materials management and purchasing acquisitions, facilitating staff inservicing, managing budgets and coordinating resident clinical training. During his tenure with Ethicon, Fullmer was recognized for exemplary performance with the Division Rookie of the Year award and two Division Most Valuable Representative awards. Fullmer’s extensive 18 year background in the healthcare industry also includes a role in the pharmaceuticals arena as clinical sales representative for Astra Zeneca-Innovex Pharmaceuticals.
Fullmer earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations from the University of North Dakota.