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Jonathan Langley

Vice President of Business Development

Jonathan Langley is a Vice President of Business Development at Clinician Nexus. Leveraging a deep understanding of the Clinician Nexus’ Education Suite and Performance Suite, Jonathan works with hospitals, health systems and academic institutions to implement customized services and solutions designed to transform key stages of the clinical workforce lifecycle – from planning and training to measuring, rewarding and driving performance.

With longstanding expertise in operations, graduate medical education, finance and human resources, Jonathan is well-versed in the many, multi-faceted workforce challenges affecting health care organizations in today’s environment.

His experience includes:

  • Partnering with clients to deliver innovative and impactful tools and technology solutions to enhance their clinical workforce strategies – including streamlining the clinical education management process and driving provider performance.
  • Overseeing day-to-day operations for a graduate medical education program to assist with the hiring and training of new clinicians as well as input into other critical human resources and finance initiatives.
  • Managing change associated with the review, selection, and implementation of new processes, systems and technology products to help drive greater adoption and understanding from key stakeholders.
  • Building trusted relationships with large health systems, academic institutions and relevant state and national agencies to help support the advancement of graduate medical education nationwide

Prior to joining Clinician Nexus, Jonathan obtained a wealth of clinical education and operational experience working in both nursing schools and higher education. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he served as a Manager of Academic Affairs at the Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center in Los Angeles County.

Jonathan is actively involved in his local community and is currently serving as the Chairman for the Inland Empire Healthcare Education Consortium in Southern California. This organization brings schools and hospitals together to build a stronger regional pipeline for nursing and medical education. Previously, Jonathan served in County Government WIOA committees and county youth service programs.

He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from California Baptist University and an Master of Arts in Divinity from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.