Hanger, Austin, Texas, announced the promotion of Michael Oros to the president of Hanger Clinic, along with his appointment to the senior leadership team , effective immediately. Additionally, Kate Means, the company’s chief supply chain officer, has been appointed to the senior leadership team. They will both continue to report to Hanger’s COO Pete Stoy.
“The expansion of these two leaders is a continuation of our plans across all Hanger businesses to focus forward on strategic growth, innovation, and clinical differentiation,” said CEO Vinit Asar. “We are fortunate to have a leader in Michael with a strong clinical background and commitment to outcomes who will be focused on our critical patient care segment. Similarly, the strategic importance of Kate’s role has never been more significant as we invest in supply chain to enable a better clinician and patient experience.”
Oros will provide day-to-day management of clinical operations. He is an O&P industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience, 24 of which were at Scheck & Siress, where he joined as a lab manager and clinician before serving as corporate vice president, president, and eventually CEO. Oros joined Hanger Clinic in 2020 as regional vice president through the acquisition of Scheck & Siress and was promoted to zone vice president in January 2021.
Means joined the company in January. She has more than 15 years of experience in global supply chain and logistics, specializing in transitioning businesses and leading teams. Prior to joining Hanger, Means led McKesson’s third-party logistics operations.