Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers

Andrew Vitullo

Andrew Vitullo

Vice President of Development

V P of DevelopmentA look at Andrew Vitullo’s education and experience

Andrew Vitullo is an experienced executive with deep knowledge of payor relations, practice operations and revenue cycle. Prior to working in behavioral health, Andrew worked with database and enterprise resource planning software.

In 2013, he started a recovery center to help patients overcome substance use disorders. His goal was to provide cost-effective and evidence-based care that merged the best of patient care and science. Today, he brings his experience to Kolmac as the Vice President of Development.

Andrew Vitullo obtained his Master of Business Administration from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.  He earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration specializing in Finance and International Business from the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. He is a proud Buckeye.

Andrew and his team work to expand Kolmac’s reach to the people who need it most

At Kolmac, Andrew Vitullo plays an important role as the Vice President of Development. He works with a team to identify ways to expand Kolmac’s presence and services. As the organization expands, it can reach even more patients and help them achieve their treatment goals.

“Kolmac is a well-established organization with a great reputation. The organization has been advocating for outpatient care for decades, and the evidence shows that the Kolmac model aligns well with the latest research,” Andrew explains.

Working with Kolmac is an exciting opportunity for Andrew Vitullo

According to Andrew, “Kolmac has great plans and I decided that I wanted to grow with the organization and help them have a wider geographical impact. I’m excited to take the Kolmac model and help expand its reach to even more patients.”

When Andrew Vitullo isn’t working, he keeps busy with many hobbies. He enjoys riding motorcycles, sportsmen activities and attending OSU football games.