Entrepreneur Brent Yessin serves as Chief Executive Officer of the Florida-based company MODUS Healthcare Manufacturing, LLC, a forward-looking builder of hospital facilities. MODUS utilizes lean manufacturing practices in its application of Controlled Environment Construction (CEC), a distinctive and cost-effective componentized building method designed specifically for quality control-conscious facilities. Brent Yessin first became involved in the healthcare industry as an employment and labor relations consultant to senior level management of over 500 major hospitals, where he provided counsel on labor and employment practices and numerous other issues that challenge today’s healthcare leaders.After 20 years of strategic relationship building and industry experience, Brent Yessin now contributes his leadership skills and expertise to the manufacturing side of the healthcare industry. Mr. Yessin finds satisfaction in delivering MODUS building solutions to bring hospital construction up to 21st century standards within a practical financial framework. Each of MODUS’ CEC-manufactured facilities includes plumbing, medical gasses, HVAC, nursing stations, and state-of-the-art medical equipment and imaging technology. The community of Bensalem, Pennsylvania, benefited from this modern hospital building system.Brent Yessin completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia before enrolling in Vanderbilt University Law School, where he earned his Juris Doctor in 1988. In the early years of his career, he developed an interest in employment and labor law, and he began offering strategic guidance on labor relations issues to senior executives in the manufacturing sector. After contributing as President and General Counsel of The Burke Group, Brent Yessin led Alpha Training Associates and Omega Training in the United Kingdom, as well as PTI Labor Research. In addition to his current position with MODUS, Mr. Yessin contributes as founding partner and CEO of the labor relations consulting firm Yessin & Associates.