An executive with more than 35 years of financial stewardship and risk management experience, Mark Hirschhorn is the CEO of TapestryHealth. He joined the primary care provider in January 2022 to scale operations through nationwide expansion.

Before this Hirschhorn worked a Talkspace’s president, COO & CFO. Hirschhorn was tasked with creating an enterprise division that grew from $1m to over $50m in ARR in 18 months. Hirschhorn also directed the company’s public debut in June 2021.

During 2019 Hirschhorn served as chief financial officer (CFO) with Aris Global, a multinational pharmacovigilance SaaS company that provides automation capabilities and technology to regulatory authorities and life sciences companies.
In 2012 Hirschhorn joined Teladoc Health as its CFO (and in 2017 was also appointed COO) following its recent Series D funding. Teladoc was generating under $10 million in revenues at the time Hirschhorn joined. Over the next 2 years Hirschhorn led the finance and business development activities of the company. In 2015 Hirschhorn identified and subsequently managed to acquire the two person start -up Betterhelp, now the nation’s leading virtual behavioral company generating approximately $1.5 billion in annual revenues.
Complementing more than 35 years of financial and business operations leadership, Hirschhorn is especially well versed in areas such as strategic planning, business strategy, process improvement, and contract negotiation. He was named Best CFO of a Small Cap Healthcare Company by Institutional Investor in 2017.

Hirschhorn previously served as CFO and executive vice president at RCS/Media Monitors, where he managed the roll-out of more than 350 Media Monitor U.S. operations as well as a company merger with Mediabase. Among other accomplishments, he increased cash flow tenfold through various finance actions and created and implemented its first comprehensive global budgeting and cash forecasting program.

Mark Hirschhorn has additional CFO experience at BT Radianz, Ltd., a joint venture between France Telecom and Thomson Reuters. He revamped the global financial extranet's accounting and finance department and brought in an additional $30 million in recurring annual profit through renegotiation with its largest revenue contract. Hirschhorn also oversaw all financial functions for the company's 20 domestic and foreign subsidiaries.

Earlier in his career, Mark Hirschhorn worked as vice president and global controller at RSL Communications, Ltd., a multinational telecommunications business that offered international long-distance voice services to business clients in foreign financial markets. He managed internal reporting requirements for more than 50 subsidiaries and integrated more than 30 acquisitions during nearly five years with the company.

Complementing his experience, he regularly conducts presentations at finance industry conferences and holds an MBA in accounting from Rutgers Business School. He also earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science and government from Rutgers.

In 2017, Institutional Investor named him Best CFO of a Small Cap Healthcare Company.


Mark Hirschhorn
Larchmont, NY US