Innovations Health Systems, LLC is an evidence-based provider of unique healthcare services and advanced medical products that are designed to address systemic issues with the delivery of care.
Based in Citrus Heights, California (northeast of Sacramento County), Innovations was established with the express goal of creating a paradigm shift in human mobility. Our objective is to realize the potential of the world’s most advanced technologies to improve the quality of life for our customers, while simultaneously reducing the systemic costs tied to the delivery of their care.
Ken McGuire is the President/CEO of Innovations Health Systems, a multi-service holding company of entities that address the needs of the communities in which they operate. Prior to co-founding IHS in 2012, Ken served as president and CEO of Rocklin-based Horizon West Healthcare, Inc., overseeing 27 healthcare facilities in California and Utah with more than 3,000 employees and $230 million in revenues. Prior to Horizon West, Ken served as national sales manager for what was then the fourth largest bank in America, capping a 15-year career in banking.
Dan Niccum is responsible for charting the path of the products and services delivered by Innovations Health. Dan’s experience includes designing and manufacturing wearable robotics and rehabilitation systems, running physician and hospital communications for a Fortune 200 health plan, and as chief marketing officer for a large long-term care organization. Dan has a broad background in evidence-based medicine, and ensures that the products we provide are the most efficient, effective, and efficacious available anywhere.
Drisha Leggitt is the Vice President of Corporate Relations for Innovations Health Systems (IHS). In this role, Ms. Leggitt is responsible for the corporation’s marketing/communications, public affairs/government relations, media relations, business development, corporate citizenship, and other partnership/community/corporate relations for all aspects, products and divisions of IHS.
Elijah Retzlaf is responsible for architecting the most advanced human robotics systems in existence. Driven by a virtual reality interface with real-time response to human input, the Kinoped represents the future of ambulatory health and fitness on earth and in space.