Paul Murphy is a Principal in the Informatics and Technology practice area within The Chartis Group. Mr. Murphy’s healthcare career has spanned more than 27 years, the last 21 of which have been focused in IT and operations advisory consulting. He is an accomplished strategic advisor with a reputation for delivering pragmatic, objective and actionable guidance to his clients in a variety of healthcare provider settings throughout the country.
Mr. Murphy’s client engagements have focused on IT and operational strategic planning including portfolio planning, governance and IT service strategy, innovation planning, IT vendor selections, contract negotiations, cost analysis and pre-implementation planning with particular depth in large, complex health systems and provider organizations. His clients have included large, complex provider networks such as Catholic Health Initiatives (now CommonSpirit), Tenet Healthcare Corporation, BJC Healthcare, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic and MercyOne as well as leading community health networks including Munson Healthcare, Wellstar Health System, Southcoast Health and Baptist Health. Mr. Murphy also has exprerience providing advisory services at leading cancer centers and children’s hospitals.
Prior to joining The Chartis Group, Mr. Murphy provided advisory services in a leadership capacity at ECG Management Consultants, Encore Health Resources and Kurt Salmon Associates. He has been an active member of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) for 20 years, most recently serving on the Innovation Committee. He has published and presented thought leadership pieces at HIMSS as well as in industry publications including the Journal of Health Information Management and Healthcare Innovation magazine.
Mr. Murphy earned a Master of Business Administration in healthcare administration from Baruch College and Mount Sinai School of Medicine, leading to his induction to the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, and a Bachelor of Science from University College Dublin in Ireland.