Stacy Melvin is a Director with The Chartis Group and Leader of its Provider Enterprise Practice whose career in the healthcare provider industry spans 25 years, 20 of which have been spent in consulting. She is a nationally recognized expert in performance improvement and operations design, and healthcare information technology planning and vendor selections. Ms. Melvin has extensive experience leading large-scale transformation initiatives in complex environments, including developing and implementing financial sustainability plans, optimizing medical group performance, facilitating merger and acquisition integration efforts, and planning for the activation of and transition to new facilities. She combines her deep expertise in performance improvement, operational and clinical transformation, healthcare information technology, and change leadership to provide unique and innovative solutions for her clients as they work to address complex problems and advance healthcare.
Ms. Melvin has served as an advisor to more than 80 provider organizations, including leading academic medical centers, integrated health systems, children’s hospitals, and physician enterprises. Her clients include Cook County Health & Hospitals Services, Einstein Healthcare Network, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Montefiore Health System, Stanford Health, Texas Children’s Hospital, UCLA Health System, and UCSF Health.
Prior to joining The Chartis Group, Ms. Melvin served as a partner and practice leader for Kurt Salmon (now part of ECG Management Consultants), a leading healthcare consulting firm, where she most recently led the healthcare information technology practice. Ms. Melvin’s healthcare industry experience also includes roles in hospital administration for several large health systems and academic medical centers. She also has been a frequent speaker at industry conferences and has written extensively for industry publications.
Ms. Melvin is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she received a Master of Healthcare Administration and a Bachelor of Arts with honors and distinction. She also has completed the Lean Sigma Green Belt Certificate Program at the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality.