Frank L. “Duke” Yetter, CEO & President
Over the years, DUKE YETTER’s successful investments and company leadership speak for themselves in defining his contributions to the healthcare community and the patients it serves. He thrives on innovation – bringing technology to life by creating things that get used every day and make people’s lives safer, simpler, and in the end make a difference in patient outcomes. With a passion for motivating his employees, he transforms boredom to excitement and then shares the rewards of success with them. Duke easily attracts investors because of their trust in him, his track record, and his integrity.
Currently, as CEO & President of RNA Holdings, LLC and its pioneering subsidiary, Mobile MedSoft, Duke has transformed the company from not just a pharmacy management software developer but also to a total electronic health records solution provider. Based on a groundbreaking technology configuration, he has led the company in creating a mobile integrated patient care coordination system. This system allows caregivers, patients, and patients’ families real-time access to all of the patient’s health-related data on an affordable, scalable platform with state-of-the-art analytics.
Previously, Duke developed a portfolio of healthcare companies in which he was a key investor and Board member. These companies included startups, turnarounds, and acquisitions, most which were restructured to achieve market share and profitability. As a strategist and innovator, Duke was instrumental in transforming these ventures, often leading them into entirely new business models. The portfolio included Community Rehab, which was later acquired by Horizon Healthcare Corporation, the first acquisition of a therapy rehabilitation provider by one of the largest nursing home operators in the U.S. Duke began his career in the U.S. Air Force Strategic Air Command and then moved into technology management with electronics companies including Advanced Cash Register, Lundy Electronics, and Sharp Electronics.
One of Duke’s companies, Community Rehabilitation, was featured in the Dallas Ft. Worth Business Journal as the 2nd fastest growing company in the DFW Metroplex. Beyond his business achievements, Duke is a former President of the DFW Senior Olympics and a former member of the AMA’s Presidents Association. He holds two patents related to a mobile integrated patient care system. Duke is also a private collector of fine art focusing on 19th and 20th century Western art.