Todd Fitz is a Director with The Chartis Group whose career in healthcare spans over 25 years, 20 of which have been spent in healthcare consulting. His experience includes advising leading healthcare providers, universities and AMCs, early-stage growth companies, physician groups, government entities, and payors in the areas of strategic planning, partnerships, physician enterprise strategy, performance improvement, and merger integration.
Prior to joining The Chartis Group, Mr. Fitz was a Managing Director at Kaufman Hall. He also led HOK’s Healthcare Consulting practice and Sg2’s international consulting group, and he held consulting roles at Huron Consulting Group and Ernst & Young. Prior to his consulting career, Mr. Fitz held operations and finance management positions at Rush Health (Chicago).
Mr. Fitz is a frequent contributor of thought leadership publications and presentations in the areas of physician services, health system strategy, and healthcare innovation. He is a regular speaker for industry associations, medical staff, organizational boards, community groups, and annual conferences. Examples include: “How does a Hospital Become Not a Hospital?”, “Realizing Economies of Scale in Healthcare,” “Engaging Physicians in the Transition to Value-based Healthcare,” An Innovation Playbook for Health System Success,” and “Population Health Management: A Five Part Certificate Program for Hospital Leaders.”
Mr. Fitz received an M.S. in Health Systems Management from Rush University, Chicago, and a B.S. in Biology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is an associate faculty member at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and an instructor in the Health Systems Management program at Rush University.