The pace of partnership activity is increasing, and the range of affiliation models is expanding. The consolidating healthcare landscape and the increasing influence of new entrants are breeding new forms of competition, accelerating transaction cycles, and prompting organizations to assess partnership options that both create strategic advantage and achieve new levels of performance.
Capturing value across new and existing partnerships requires expertise across the full partnership continuum. Our teams support leaders through partnership strategy development, deal structuring, transaction execution, stakeholder communications, pre- and post-merger integration, technology evaluation and enablement, and ongoing performance optimization and value capture.
The Chartis Difference
We work collaboratively with you to clarify your objectives, specify commitments, navigate risks, implement change, and realize the articulated benefits of your partnerships.
We work across the partnership continuum—from strategy formation to transaction structuring to integration—bringing deep capability and expertise in clinical and financial operations and change communications.
Unmatched market and industry experience
We serve clients across all 50 states and bring deep understanding of the key issues for your industry segment and market.
Expertise across the ecosystem
We understand partnership options and integration requirements well beyond hospital-to-hospital—including payor, service line (oncology, behavioral health), post-acute, digital, and technology.
We bring a senior team with both consulting and industry experience dedicated to your organization, not split across multiple projects around the country.
Our team works with you to reach the best solution versus getting to any solution for a success fee.
strategic partnership engagements over the past 3 years
consultants and 65 partners focused on partnership projects
in announced healthcare M&A deals
From Partnership Vision to Fully Integrated
We helped form Beth Israel Lahey Health from earliest strategic partnership discussion through integration.Read the case study
Design teams, bringing together 200+ participants across all 5 organizations.
Integration initiatives developed.
In projected value from integration initiatives during the first 2 years after close.
Ann Edwards is a Director with The Chartis Group and co-leader of the firm’s Partnerships practice with vast experience in post-merger integration. Ann has more than 30 years of experience leading strategic, operational, and financial improvements for healthcare providers.
Chris Regan is a founding partner, Managing Director and Managing Director of The Chartis Group. He has a wide range of experience in the healthcare field, having led over 150 engagements for provider, payer, and life sciences clients across the country over his 35-year career.
John Wiest is a Director with The Chartis Group’s Performance practice and Co-Leader of the Partnerships practice. He is a senior executive with more than 35 years of experience leading, transforming, and advising integrated healthcare systems and other providers across the care continuum.
Rob York is a Director with The Chartis Group and Co-Leader in the Partnerships practice at the firm. He has over 20 years of experience providing strategic, partnership, and financial advisory services to a range of healthcare industry clients.
Parrish Aharam is a Director in the Informatics and Technology practice within The Chartis Group. He has 20 years of experience in consulting with a focus on the provider, payer, and private equity sides of healthcare.
Jodi Capistrant is a Director at The Chartis Group and a member of the firm’s Performance practice. Jodi brings nearly 20 years of healthcare experience creating strategies and advanced care delivery models to achieve organizational goals, superior outcomes, experience, and efficiency.
Sri Mani is a Director within The Chartis Group’s Private Equity Advisory Practice. He brings over 20 years of experience in healthcare management consulting and investment banking.
Sue Anderson is a Principal at The Chartis Group and has more than 20 years of healthcare management consulting experience advising hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, and physician practices.
Harrison Burns is a Principal with The Chartis Group. Harrison brings over 10 years of experience in health system partnerships/mergers and acquisitions, enterprise strategic planning, ambulatory network development, and service line planning.
Glenda Owen is a Principal with The Chartis Group. She brings over 30 years of experience in hospital and ambulatory/physician practice revenue cycle across.
Brett Pederson is a Director with The Chartis Group and a leader in the firm’s Strategy practice specializing in partnerships and mergers and acquisitions.
Mark Salierno is a Principal with The Chartis Group and a leader in the Strategy and Partnership practices.
Isaac Squyres brings to our clients more than 20 years of experience guiding senior executives and organizations through high-stakes challenges, periods of dynamic change, and significant moments of opportunity.