Orlo “Spike” Dietrich
After serving five years as a Marine Corps pilot, Spike began his career with Baxter Healthcare Corporation and spent 11 years in a variety of roles, including restructuring the company’s workers’ compensation program, developing and managing a labor relations training program for all domestic manufacturing facilities and developing and implementing a community-based managed care program for all domestic manufacturing facilities, which replaced the existing employee benefit program.
Spike went on to found Burgett and Dietrich (B&D), developing more than 140 managed care networks in 33 states and representing more than 40 Fortune 500 companies. He merged B&D with a number of independent Third Party Administrators (TPAs) owned by a private equity firm and created CoreSource, one of the nation’s largest TPAs with 24 offices and 1,500 employees. Spike served as the COO of CoreSource and led the company’s managed care efforts.
Spike spearheaded the creation of EHN in 2014. In his current role, Spike manages the overall operations and business development of EHN and its subsidiaries. Spike is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and holds a commercial pilot’s license.
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