Bret Anderson is an Engagement Manager with The Chartis Group with over twelve years of experience in the healthcare industry. At The Chartis Group, he has advised academic medical centers, community hospitals, specialty providers and accountable care organizations on enterprise strategy, population health management, precision medicine initiatives and institutional affiliations. His work at The Chartis Group has also focused on developing innovative strategies to deploy health information exchange technologies across providers and to enhance operational efficiency of inpatient management within a risk-based acute care environment.
Previously, Mr. Anderson worked at Booz Allen Hamilton where he advised Federal clients such as the Military Health System, Veterans Health Administration, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid on care delivery reform, change management, patient engagement technologies and health insurance exchanges. Notable client-related accomplishments include the development and implementation of the client’s first strategic plan at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury as well as team publication of a landmark study on psychological wellness of returning service members during reintegration. Mr. Anderson was recognized by senior leadership as the winner of the 2011 Booz Allen Ideas Festival for his innovation in developing predictive modeling systems to detect next generation improper Medicare payments. Additionally, Mr. Anderson won the firm-wide Community Service award in 2009 for the establishment of program support for the Wounded Warriors Winter Sports Clinic. Prior to his tenure at Booz Allen, Mr. Anderson worked at the Advisory Board Company as a technology and service line specialist in diagnostic imaging and cardiovascular services for hospitals and health systems across the country.
Mr. Anderson has recently contributed to thought leadership publications on telehealth, the convergence of technology and the patient experience, as well as assisted in the 2014 publication of the Cleveland Clinic Growth Strategy business case for Harvard Business School.
Mr. Anderson holds a Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College in government and economics, a Master of Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a Master of Healthcare Delivery Science from Tuck and the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.