Rudolph A. Coleman served 25 years as Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Health Management Resources Family of Companies. The HMR family included Health Management Resources (HMR), HMR International and the Gift of Life Foundation.
Mr. Coleman created Health Management Resources (HMR) with one, focused mission: improve health care delivery and service. HMR became a management and consulting firm that specialized in strategies, research, managed care and integrated delivery systems for underserved, disadvantaged minority groups, financially disadvantaged, special needs populations and the elderly. HMR’s Managed Care and Integrated Delivery systems division provided planning, marketing, technical assistance, evaluation and managerial services to primary health care providers.
HMR International efforts included a $1.5 million sale of diagnostic medical equipment to the largest hospital in West Africa and introduced managed care concepts to developing countries in Nicaragua, South Africa, Brazil, and Russia. In 1996, Mr. Coleman was appointed to the Community Services Reimbursement Rate Commission by Maryland Governor Parris Glendening, in recognition for his international initiatives and community focus on minority health issues.
Mr. Coleman founded the Gift of Life Foundation, a non-profit segment of the HMR family of companies, to serve as a philanthropic channel to give to those less fortunate. The foundation provided services to underserved communities in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. Mr. Coleman also served on managed care task forces and delivered lectures on health issues related to underserved populations, their access to health care and international concerns.
Mr. Coleman is a recipient of the Crusade Scholar Award. He earned a BS in Psychology and Biology from Wayne State University and an MPH from Boston University. Mr. Coleman received a certificate in the Dynamics of Health Service Systems from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and completed the Minority Business Executive Program at the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College. Mr. Coleman is also a CERTIFIED LEAN SIX SIGMABLACK BELT.