Stampp Corbin, MBA
Stampp Corbin is nationally recognized as a consultant and as president who has led various companies within the healthcare and information technology spaces. Mr. Corbin has been instrumental in helping organizations manage the ever-increasing obstacles to reimbursement created by payers and is credited with making a national payer reimburse over $150 million in denied substance abuse treatment claims. A serial social entrepreneur, Mr. Corbin has successfully built socially responsible organizations that have achieved annual revenues of over $100 million. As a social entrepreneur, Mr. Corbin’s motto is “doing well by doing good.”
Mr. Corbin is also the founding president of the Addiction Treatment Advocacy Coalition whose mission is to improve the lives of those experiencing substance use disorder through advocacy, clinical innovation, research, education, and access to world class treatment.
Mr. Corbin has obtained multi-million dollar settlements on behalf of providers as consultant and as president of the Addiction Treatment Advocacy Coalition.
For eight years, Mr. Corbin served on the Board of Trustees of Mount Carmel Health Systems, a $1.8 billion hospital system in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Corbin is a graduate of Stanford University and Harvard Business School.
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