Dan Arom
Dan Arom
Executive Vice President, Operations
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As Executive Vice President of Operations, Dan leads a team who supports Concord's Sales and Delivery efforts throughout the lifecycle of service engagements. The Operations department oversees everything from contracts and compliance to management information systems and IT infrastructure.

Dan joined Concord in 2007, having spent several years in the healthcare industry with Medica Health Insurance, Allina Health Systems, UnitedHealth Group, and University of Minnesota Department of Surgery. Prior to Concord, Dan designed and implemented health management programs, oversaw provider relations programs, worked as a financial analyst, and a surgical technician in experimental surgery. Throughout his career, Dan has focused on understanding the relationship between business and technology and utilizing past experiences to build relationships between groups and individuals.

In his free time, Dan spends time with his three kids and serves on the board of four local non-profits. He is a lifelong Minnesota sports fan and hopes to one day get the chance to see the Vikings win a Super Bowl.

Do you have any fun or exciting hobbies?
Love my kids’ sporting events, cooking, and community volunteering.
Tell us one thing no one knows about you.
Would love to run for public office.
If you could be ANY superhero who would you be and why?
Batman, who doesn't love an alter ego and cool gadgets?
If you could travel anywhere in the world where would you go and why?
Wherever the Vikings play in the Super Bowl - waited most of my entire life for it (roughly 86% of my time on earth) - had a plane ticket reserved in 2009 (12 men in the huddle...)
Have you ever been told you look like someone famous? If so, who?
OddJob from James Bond.
If you could have unlimited storage for one thing, what would it be?
DVR space.
What is your favorite summer activity?
Grilling.
What is your favorite TV channel?
HBO.
What is one thing you did as a kid that you should have gotten in trouble for, but never got caught?
Can't answer - see question #2