Corinne Kuypers-Denlinger brings over 25 years of extensive senior leadership in the health care and publishing fields to her position as Executive Vice President of OPEN MINDS. Ms. Kuypers-Denliger is a strategic business leader with experience in growth strategy development and execution.
Before joining OPEN MINDS, Ms. Kuypers-Denlinger served as the Vice President, Post-Acute Growth Strategies with QIRT, Quality In Real Time. In this role, Ms. Kuypers-Denlinger was responsible for creating and executing a business development strategy for this medical coding, billing, consulting, and compliance organization serving home care and community-based providers. She developed lead generation strategies and tactics to fill the prospect pipeline, including webinars, white papers, articles, and presentations.
Prior to her tenure with QIRT, Ms. Kuypers-Denlinger was the Vice President, Post-Acute Care Product Group with Decision Health. At Decision Health, she led the growth and continued development of their nationally recognized, accredited professional certification program. Ms. Kuypers-Denlinger also led the evolution of Decision Health’s industry-leading code look-up tool from a printed manual into an on-line platform.
Previously, Ms. Kuypers-Denlinger was the Senior Vice President of 20/20 Laser Centers. In this role, Kuypers-Denlinger was a member of the start-up team that created a center-based business model for the delivery of cosmetic services. She created the organization’s business plan and was responsible for raising $14 million in angel investment. She was also instrumental in building the company through acquisition.
In addition to her wealth of experience in health care, Ms. Kuypers-Denlinger is an accomplished executive in the publishing industry. She was the Editor-in-Chief, Trend Letter for Georgetown Publishing, Publisher, Editor in Chief for Expansion Management Magazine, and the Vice President, Editor in Chief for The Naisbitt Group. Ms. Kuypers-Denlinger has authored and contributed to several publications including, The Laser Vision Breakthrough, and The Year Ahead Series: 1985 through 2000.