Todd Hoisington is a Principal at The Chartis Group and a leader in the Medical Group Performance segment. He has nearly 30 years of leadership experience in provider organizations and advisory services. Mr. Hoisington partners with his clients to help them meet their physician enterprise goals, focusing on provider alignment strategies that optimize the physician/health system relationship through effective physician engagement, operational efficiency and medical group financial performance. His strengths include strategic planning, operational design and execution with a demonstrated creativity in managing resources, as well as a proven ability to manage change through effective listening and communication strategies.
For more than 10 years, Mr. Hoisington has led engagements and served as a trusted C-Suite advisor for leading academic medical centers, faculty practice plans, and national health systems. His transformative engagements have focused on physician alignment strategies, medical group governance and management structures, optimizing physician practice operations, AMC funds flow, health system down-stream revenue quantification, provider throughput and panel size optimization, and advance practice provider optimization.
Prior to joining The Chartis Group, Mr. Hoisington held positions of increasing responsibility at Navigant, PwC and most recently as a Managing Director and a leader of Physician Services within the Medical Group Practice at Huron. He spent more than 15 years working in leadership positions in the provider sector prior to starting his consulting career. He was a leader in the practice plan, Columbia Doctors, at Columbia University for eight years. Mr. Hoisington began his career at Hermann Hospital in Houston, TX (now part of the Memorial Hermann Health System) where he held various departmental leadership roles.
Mr. Hoisington is a member of the Medical Group Management Association. He has spoken regionally for multiple chapters of the Healthcare Financial Management Association and served as a discussion panel member for Athena Health’s national member conference.
Mr. Hoisington received his Master of Health Administration from the Washington University School of Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis and his Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in human resources from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma.