Mark Bourdenko is a Principal with Chartis. At Chartis, Mark has served leading academic health systems, community health systems, children’s hospitals, payers, and private equity investors across a range of strategic planning initiatives.
Mark's primary areas of focus are value-based payment and delivery models, partnerships, clinical service line planning, and health equity. Examples of recent work include: supporting a transformative coalition of 13 providers committed to addressing historic health disparities; developing a value-based care strategy for a leading academic health system; conducting sell-side due diligence in the behavioral health space; shaping a five-year business plan for a premier senior services provider; and assessing partnership options for improving pediatric care delivery.
Prior to joining Chartis, Mark worked in primary education. He co-founded and co-designed a math tutoring program serving 480 students across four high poverty turnaround schools. The site he managed outperformed all schools in a 26-school network, with student math ability growing on average by 1.9 grade levels in one school year.
Mark holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He received a Bachelor of Arts with general honors in economics and political science from the University of Chicago.