Based on technological advances, a hybrid approach lets the injured worker get in-person care while doing carefully monitored, supplementary activities at home.
Marcus Osborne spent 15 years in leadership in healthcare at Walmart.
His roles included being senior vice president of health transformation, where he focused on furthering Walmart's goal of improving the healthcare industry in the U.S. by increasing access and affordability for consumers. He helped launch Walmart Health and other key health initiatives.
Prior to joining Walmart in 2007, Osborne served as the chief financial officer of the Clinton Foundation Health Access Initiative, helping increase access to HIV/AIDS treatment in the developing world, and as a senior management consultant for Alliance Consulting Group in Boston.
He attended Harvard Business School and received his MBA, graduating with honors.