The accelerated shift to digitally driven care delivery, demand for a consumer-centric experience, and pandemic-propelled pressures have made digital transformation an essential and existential requirement for stakeholders across the healthcare delivery ecosystem.
At Chartis, we combine our breadth and depth of healthcare expertise with innovative, provocative applications of digital technology for business model and care delivery redesign that have been proven across leading, digitally transformed industries. Our deep understanding of all corners of health systems allows us to develop and implement enduring digital strategies for tomorrow grounded in today’s business, clinical, and economic realities.
An Individualized Approach for Enduring Strategic Differentiation
Leading health systems are reshaping their business models to center on the consumer in a converging—and increasingly competitive—healthcare marketplace. They are capitalizing on new perspectives, competencies, and operating models to drive enduring strategic differentiation. Chartis helps healthcare delivery organizations develop an individualized and unique approach to digital transformation—one that both meets the discrete needs of the populations they serve and is suited for the economic context in which they operate.
We partner with our clients to define thoughtful, pragmatic enterprise transformation agendas that outline and prioritize specific strategies and tactics across distinct dimensions of digital transformation. We deliver disciplined management and execution, balancing near-term business needs with long-term strategic requirements tied to clear and impactful performance metrics.
How Chartis helped a suburban health system win competitive advantage through transformed consumer access.
Our Digital Team has worked with dozens of leading healthcare providers, helping to turn transformational ideas into practical, measurable operational reality and change the way consumers and providers interact. ”
Thomas Kiesau is Chief Innovation Officer for The Chartis Group and leader of the Digital Transformation Practice. He specializes in the areas of: digital transformation, enterprise strategic planning, clinical partnership development, next-generation service line growth strategy, and economic alignment.
Bret Anderson is a Principal with The Chartis Group with over fifteen years of experience in the healthcare industry. His work at Chartis has also focused on developing innovative strategies to deploy health information exchange technologies across providers.
Adam Baker is a Principal with The Chartis Group. He has over 15 years of experience working with many segments of the healthcare industry.
Ryan Bertram is a Principal with The Chartis Group and a leader within Chartis Digital. He has led engagements across strategic planning, digital transformation, organizational alignment, mergers and acquisitions, and more.
Jon Freedman is a Principal with The Chartis Group working within the Digital Transformation practice. Jon works with clients to develop transformational digital and consumer experience strategies and programs.
Mike D’Olio is a Director at The Chartis Group and Co-Leader in the Consumer Access and Digital Transformation Practice. Mike has over 30 years of healthcare consulting and hospital management experience with leading health systems and academic medical centers nationwide.
Prashant Karamchandani (PK) is a Director with the Chartis Group in the Revenue Cycle practice. He brings more than 19 years of experience in revenue cycle, strategic planning, business intelligence, technology, and healthcare consulting.
Mark Krivopal, MD
Mark Krivopal, MD, is a Director 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.
Melissa McCain is a Director with The Chartis Group and Co-Leader of Consumer Access. For more than 20 years, Melissa has advised leading national and regional health systems and academic medical centers.