Ms. Klein brings expertise in project management, internal and external resource development, process improvement, regulatory compliance and strategic analysis. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Linfield College and a Masters of Business Administration from Willamette University.
Ms. Johnson is responsible for all levels of planning, coordinating and managing corporate client and medical services. This includes short and long term business goals, and developing and implementing process improvement initiatives for the entire company. She also oversees all claims administration functions. She joined the company in 1993 and her experience includes progressively responsible positions within the organization providing strong intellectual capital and organic corporate knowledge, strong mentorship, coaching, and training of existing staff.
Her primary responsibility at Majoris Health Systems® consists of managing corporate operations, while maintaining corporate compliance with client contracts and jurisdictional laws.
Dr. Linda Carroll serves as Majoris’® Medical Director, providing leadership for the MajorisTM Medical Team.
Her primary responsibilities are to develop and review Majoris’® medical and health guidelines, and provide oversight in the medical case management services. She also works closely with our member providers to provide support and assistance in the treatment of MajorisTM enrolled injured workers.
Prior to joining Majoris® in 2018, Dr. Carroll was part of a multi-specialty private practice group in Bend, Oregon. Her practice focused on musculoskeletal issues, primarily those involving the spine and muscle/joint regions as the result of a sports/recreational, motor vehicle accident or on-the-job (i.e., Workman’s Compensation claim) injury. Since many people with musculoskeletal problems often have pain as a result of their injury, Dr. Carroll is well-versed and experienced in treating chronic pain.
Dr. Carroll received her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. Subsequently, she worked as a physical therapist for 12 years, first in California and then in New York. In 1986, she entered medical school (Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio); following medical school, she completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (physiatry) at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Outside of work, Dr. Carroll enjoys many outdoor activities that Oregon provides. She especially enjoys horseback riding.