Scott Kardenetz is a 27 year veteran of the behavioral healthcare industry and has held senior leadership positions with companies such as Ardent Health Services, Psychiatric Solutions, Universal Health Services and Charter Behavioral Health. He has extensive experience in developing facility operational success in both the clinical and business arenas. Scott’s operational expertise includes direct facility leadership, extensive multi-site management, as well as de novo projects and acquisitions. Scott’s success is rooted in his commitment to improve patient and family experience. He accomplishes this by developing existing and future leaders to identify and spread business, clinical and operational best practices that keep families and patients in the center.
Richard Clark has over 33 years of healthcare experience, most recently serving as the President of the Western Group for Acadia Healthcare where he was responsible for the operations of 48 behavioral health treatment centers and hospitals located in sixteen states. Prior to joining Acadia in 2015, Richard was the Chief Executive Officer for Rolling Hills Hospital in Franklin, Tennessee, a 120-bed freestanding psychiatric hospital. Previous facility CEO roles include positions at Ardent Health Services, Psychiatric Solutions Inc and Universal Health Services. Richard received his Master of Health Sciences Administration from Webster University and his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Eastern Institute of Technology. He is a Fellow and Board-Certified Healthcare Executive through the American College of Healthcare Executives and Fellow of The Nashville Healthcare Council (Class of 2019).
Scott Sarnacke is a certified public accountant with over 10 years of experience at a national public accounting firm. Scott joined Odyssey in 2015 to partner with management and investors to build a leading behavioral healthcare platform. Before joining Odyssey, Scott spent four years in the behavioral health field as Chief Financial Officer at Foundations Recovery Network. In his role at Odyssey, Scott oversees the revenue cycle, accounting, and finance functions. He has worked closely with the senior leadership team at Odyssey to expand care geographically and clinically and to provide the highest quality care to clients and their families.
Maribel Quiala brings over 18 years of behavioral healthcare experience providing clinical and regulatory support to dozens of psychiatric hospitals and programs in her roles as Divisional Director of Clinical Services at UHS and Regional Clinical Director at CHS. She also served as Director of Clinical Services for 14 years at Fort Lauderdale and Atlantic Shores Hospitals. She is nationally recognized for highly effective and insightful training, inclusive facilitation, and dynamic speaking with groups of diverse ages, industries, and cultural backgrounds. Maribel has assisted organizations, employees, and leaders at all levels to establish new partnerships and introduce changes, such as implementing new business models, organizational restructuring, and coordinating self-directed teams. Her areas of expertise include program delivery, support of facility-based clinical leadership, regulatory compliance, policy development, and staff training. Maribel holds a BA in Psychology from Seton Hall, an MSW from Barry College and has completed a year of study at the prestigious Executive Leadership Program at Harvard University’s JFK School of Government.
David Bell spearheads the strategy, development, and leadership of Odyssey’s outpatient network. He is a versatile behavioral healthcare professional with 30 years of experience in CEO, startup, multi-facility oversight, and new service development roles. He has held CEO positions with Ardent Health Services, Psychiatric Solutions, Universal Health Services, and Springstone. David holds a Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota and a B.S. in Healthcare Administration from Indiana University.