WAYNE, PA — The Columbus Organization, a nationally recognized provider of care coordination services for individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities recently announced the promotion of Dan Guidice to Manager of Organizational Effectiveness. Dan was formerly a Training Specialist for Columbus in the State of Delaware, one of the company’s largest customers. In that role, he led efforts to build Delaware’s Coordinators, called Community Navigators, into one of the most respected in the industry.
Carlos Hernandez, Senior Vice President of the Care Coordination noted, “We’ve long believed, and supported the strategy of building the knowledge and skills of our outstanding field teams. The Coordinators’ ability to deliver value to all concerned − individuals, caregivers, providers, and payors, is enhanced when their skills and knowledge are at the cutting edge of service delivery. Our philosophy centers on having the best teams in place, which means we need the best people, showing them the way. Dan’s proven ability gives us that edge.”
“I’m very excited to see one of Delaware’s own be promoted into such an important position,” commented Shenika Kirby, Columbus’ Executive Director for Delaware. “Delaware places a high level of expectation on the partners that serve the population, and the ability of our Navigators to deliver that service at the highest level of ability is job #1. Dan served the community with passion and skill, and I’ve no doubt this will happen again on a larger scale as he dives into his new role.”
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