Mackenzie K. Horne
Mackenzie Horne is a Practice Manager with The Chartis Group for Pediatrics and Academic Medical Centers. For 10 years, Ms. Horne has worked in organizations that touch healthcare, including advising leading academic medical centers, children’s hospitals and national health systems. Ms. Horne has spent the last several years guiding executive leadership on the development and successful execution of operational strategy to support economic and mission sustainability.
Ms. Horne’s recent work has focused on: enterprise strategy, academic mission strategy, national trends in academic medicine and children’s hospitals, physician shortages, and health care policy and its impact on leading health systems. Ms. Horne has published widely on matters important to academic medicine including physician shortages, medical school admissions and health care reform.
Before joining The Chartis Group, Ms. Horne was a senior specialist of business strategy and development at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), where she developed and implemented customized consulting services for academic medical centers. As an adviser to the senior leadership team or an academic health system, she secured, designed, and managed complex team-based projects by collecting and analyzing data, recommending and implementing solutions and providing strategic advice.
Ms. Horne earned her master’s degree in business administration from University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and her Bachelor of Science with honors in international health from Georgetown University.