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The Good Clinic Leadership

The Good Clinic Leadership

Meet the team

The Good Clinic was founded by healthcare providers and administrators with decades of patient experience and a passion to make healthcare better. Together, they are committed to making good health happen by empowering the most important people in the healthcare journey – patients.

​​​​​​Michael C. HoweMichael C. Howe is the Chief Executive Officer of The Good Clinic, LLC. Mr. Howe has successfully grown consumer-facing businesses, including the business now known as MinuteClinic, acquired by CVS in 2006. As CEO of the new business unit, Mr. Howe brings 30+ years of consumer and healthcare experience including Minute Clinic, Arby’s Restaurants, and Verify Brand.

​​​​​​Michael C. HoweBradley Case, The Good Clinic's president, has spent more than 28 years leading innovation in healthcare strategy, finance, and care delivery. He brings extensive experience in clinical model design, consumer engagement strategies, and the integration of technology into the practice of medicine. Previously, Mr. Case in senior leadership roles for Estrella Health, Bright Health, and UnitedHealth Group. His most recent role was as chief strategy officer for SymphonyCare™, a next-generation healthcare technology platform.

​​​​Rebecca Hafner-FogartyRebecca Hafner-Fogarty, MD, MBA, FAAFP is the Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Hafner-Fogarty brings valuable consumer health experience including senior roles at MinuteClinic as well as Zipnosis. She is an experienced primary care physician who served on the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice for many years and has deep expertise in regulatory and policy issues in telemedicine and other healthcare innovation.

​​​​Kevin Lee SmithKevin Lee Smith DNP, FNP, FAANP is the Chief Nurse Practitioner Officer with previous experience including helping to create the MinuteClinic model and providing early-stage informatics leadership at Zipnosis. Dr. Smith has also been an active primary care Nurse Practitioner and served in faculty positions at the University of Minnesota throughout his career.

​​​​Jim “Woody” Woodburn, MD, MS is a founder and has been key to the success of organizations including MinuteClinic, Applied Pathways and several other venture capital-funded companies. In addition to his experience as an Emergency and Occupational Medicine physician leader, he was Medical Director at BCBS of MN and led employee health and wellness programs for over 12 years. Dr. Woodburn led the successful clinical expansion for MinuteClinic including the provider ownership model and clinical quality management.