As president of Minnesota Hospice in Minneapolis, Ken Haglind guides the development and delivery of quality end-of-life care. Dedicated to the company's mission of becoming the industry standard in hospice care, he cultivates an innovative blend of clinical expertise, compassionate communication, and focus on patient dignity and comfort. Ken Haglind also created and hosts the Minnesota Hospice and Healthcare Show, a weekly radio program that focuses on senior care and terminal services.
Ken Haglind comes to this role with 10 years of experience as president of the Minnesota Health Institute, a consulting group geared toward the corporate health and wellness market. There, he spearheaded the creation of a service model for the behavioral care of patients with chronic conditions. He also played a crucial role in the building of a care intervention program for plan participants who were high-utilization, high-risk, and living with chronic or pre-chronic diagnoses.
Ken Haglind entered the health care industry after serving as president and chief operating officer of Skyline Displays. He combines more than 20 years of leadership experience with an MBA in finance and a bachelor's degree in accounting and business administration.