Nathan Hall is a Principal with Chartis in the firm’s Strategy practice, specializing in enterprise strategy, partnerships, and consumer strategy. He has over 15 years of experience and has led engagements with many of the country’s leading Academic Health Systems, Integrated Delivery Networks, and Children’s Hospitals. Nathan has recently directed engagements that have strategically repositioned a leading academic health system for growth and differentiation, articulated the unique and powerful value proposition supporting the merger of two integrated delivery networks, redesigned the physician enterprise organization and underlying funds flow for a large academic health center to drive integration and unlock growth potential, and developed the partnership strategy in support of a nationally-recognized, innovative tech-enabled behavioral health ecosystem.
Nathan has spoken at healthcare conferences across the country on topics such as digitally-enabled consumer strategy for community hospitals and primary care network design for Children’s Hospitals.
Representative clients include Mount Sinai Health System, Indiana University Health, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Allina Health, Marshfield Clinic, Trinity Health, Children’s Health System of Texas, and Lurie Children’s Hospital.
Prior to joining Chartis, Nathan held several sales and marketing positions with Phreesia, a venture-backed healthcare IT company.
Nathan holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering from Purdue University where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa.