Mark Krivopal, MD, is a Principal with The Chartis Group and a senior physician executive with 25 years of healthcare experience in academic medical centers, complex IDNs, independent community hospitals, and a healthcare information technology start-up. In the last six years, Mark’s focus has been on enterprise financial and operational performance improvement, innovative operating care models and clinical service lines redesign, and acute care capacity and throughput optimization. Mark also serves as the clinical leader in Chartis Digital, leading Chartis’ work with clients in operationalizing digital clinical transformations such as Hospital at Home care model deployment.
Prior to joining Chartis, Mark was a Vice President at GE Healthcare Camden Group providing clinical performance improvement and population health advisory services. Previously, he served as a Vice President of Clinical Programs for a healthcare information technology company focused on improving patient access. In this role, he led clinical product development and worked with clients to improve clinician engagement and alignment, leading to successful adoption of healthcare information technology products in large academic medical centers and physician groups. Mark’s prior experience includes transitioning a large provider organization to an integrated value-based care model and overseeing operations of a multi-state acute care clinical service line.
Mark’s career as a physician executive includes co-founding and leading Beth Israel Deaconess HealthCare Hospitalist Services at an academic and community hospitals. He was accountable for clinical quality, financial, and operational performance, provider communication and relationship management, risk mitigation, and provider staff professional development.
Mark received a Master of Business Administration with honors from Babson College, F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He earned his Doctorate of Medicine with honors from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, Massachusetts, and completed his internal medicine residency training at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, where he continued his clinical practice and held an academic appointment for many years.