Rob York is a Director with Chartis and Co-Leader in the Partnerships practice at the firm. He has over 20 years of experience providing strategic, partnership, and financial advisory services to a range of healthcare industry clients, including: payers, physician organizations, senior services providers, academic health centers/AMCs, large integrated healthcare systems, public/safety-net providers, and community hospitals. Specific areas of his expertise are enterprise growth and population health strategy, managed care strategy, value-based competency and network (e.g., ACOs, CINs) development, and all aspects of partnerships/M&A including strategy development, transaction execution, and integration planning.
Before joining Chartis, Rob was a Senior Vice President and the leader of Population Health Services in Kaufman Hall’s Healthcare Planning Practice. Earlier in his career, Rob was a consultant with KPMG LLP’s West Coast and Midwest Healthcare Practices.
Rob regularly speaks to boards and at meetings of professional societies including The Governance Institute (TGI), Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), and Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development (SHSMD). He has also published numerous white papers and articles in industry journals. Thought leadership contributions in the past several years include lead author of one of the most read Health Affairs Blogs in 2014, “Where Have All the Inpatients Gone?”, co-author of the whitepaper “Guide to Health Care Partnerships for Population Health and Value-based Care” for the American Hospital Association (AHA, 2016), and co-author of the whitepaper “Are Your Partnerships Achieving Their Goals? Evaluating Health System Partnerships” (Chartis, 2019).
Rob has a Master of Business Administration with honors from the University of Notre Dame.