January 23, 2024
MINNEAPOLIS, MN — Health Dimensions Group has announced in a press release the promotion of Tom Stitt to senior vice president of consulting services.
Throughout his 33 years of experience, Stitt has become a nationally known expert in Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and healthcare finance. In his new senior leadership position with HDG, Stitt leads the organization’s team of consulting leaders in delivering a comprehensive array of services that support providers and aging services partners in developing and achieving growth strategies, operational excellence, and financial viability.
“We greatly value Tom’s 17 years of dedication to HDG and our clients,” said CEO and Principal Erin Shvetzoff Hennessey. “In addition to his expansive finance and reimbursement work for our consulting and managed community clients, Tom’s knowledge and leadership have elevated our PACE practice to be the nation’s leader. We look forward to the ongoing growth of the HDG consulting practice with Tom’s expanded role and leadership.”
“As a member of the HDG team, it is a privilege to help our clients across the nation develop innovative strategies to achieve their goals,” said Stitt. “I have a true passion for leveraging my experiences, as well as HDG’s proven processes, to support organizations’ lucrative growth.”
HDG’s team of consulting experts guides senior living communities, health systems and hospitals, PACE organizations, and the real estate, financial, and government organizations that support them to innovative solutions that strengthen their operational and financial performance, ensure regulatory compliance, and enhance quality outcomes.
Stitt has served in various roles at HDG, including vice president of finance and reimbursement. In 2015, he joined Ascension Living where he held the position of national director of finance. In 2019, Stitt rejoined the HDG team as the vice president of consulting services.
In addition to serving senior living, post-acute, and long-term care providers, HDG’s 2,500-plus team members also serve hospitals and health systems across the nation. Founded more than 20 years ago, HDG manages 48 senior living and care communities in eight states, caring for more than 2,300 residents, including several senior living communities in development. HDG also provides comprehensive consulting services to a broad range of clients in the aging services profession.