For too long, healthcare leaders have treated the physician enterprise as a politically complex and financially reliant adjunct to the health system, rather than as core to the system’s ability to achieve broader strategic objectives. Proactively cultivating your physician enterprise as an essential asset to your organization can help you not only fulfill your mission but also achieve strategic and operational goals.
We understand the synergistic relationships between physician entities and the broader health system, the complex financial relationships, and the competing priorities you need to reconcile. Our multi-faceted approach seamlessly integrates performance improvement, clinical optimization, strategic growth, and technology enablement—to provide a holistic, 360-degree view of the changes required for you to effectively grow revenue, reduce expenses, improve outcomes, operate efficiently and effectively, and bend your cost curve.
Physicians Serving Physicians
Chartis’ team of senior physician consultants brings decades of experience as health system and medical group executives, operational leaders, and clinicians. They effectively engage your physicians in the peer-to-peer conversations that are crucial to gaining alignment and making change happen on the front lines.
Across our service offerings, we focus on alignment of stakeholders around the future direction—because plans are only as valuable as the level of commitment to executing them.
Focusing on Opportunity
As one recently integrated medical group looks to the future, Chartis identified capabilities to make its physician enterprise a value-driver. The groundwork for this was a comprehensive maturity assessment covering:Read the case study
scalable items, across 10 essential capabilities and 60+ components
What makes Chartis unique is its ability to apply its expertise and experience in provider enterprise optimization, and physician engagement and alignment to effectively respond to nuances related to personalities, interests, political sensitivities, and relationships. This approach results in trust across all stakeholders and ultimately helps achieve a practical and implementable path forward for a client's unique situation. We are grateful to Chartis as a strategic thought-partner and problem-solver. ”
Roger Ray, MD
Roger Ray, MD, is the Chief Physician Executive at Chartis. He has over 30 years of experience in healthcare, having served in a variety of leadership positions at major medical centers and health systems throughout the eastern United States.
Steve Levin is a Director with Chartis. He co-leads the Strategy practice and is the Academic Medical Center Segment Leader. He has over 35 years of experience as a management consultant and is a nationally recognized expert in a number of areas pertaining to academic medicine organization, governance, funds flow, and strategy.
Andrew Resnick, MD
Andrew Resnick, MD, serves as a Director and the Chief Medical and Quality Officer, leading Clinical Quality, Safety, and High Reliability efforts in a role that spans both Chartis Consulting and Chartis Clinical Quality Solutions.
Mark Krivopal, MD
Mark Krivopal, MD, is a Director with Chartis and a senior physician executive with 25 years of healthcare experience in academic medical centers, complex IDNs, independent community hospitals, and a healthcare information technology start-up.
Mark J. Werner, MD
Mark Werner, MD, is a Director with Chartis whose career as a senior physician executive spans 30 years, the last 7 of which have been spent in healthcare consulting. Mark has a proven track record in leading large-scale transformation, engaging physicians, aligning operations, and managing financial performance within multiple healthcare settings.
Tonya Edwards, MD
Tonya Edwards, MD, is a Principal with Chartis and a leader in the Informatics and Technology practice. Her career in healthcare has spanned over 30 years as a family physician, physician executive, and consultant.
Julie Massey, MD
Julie Massey, MD, is a Principal with Chartis and leader of Population Health initiatives within the Informatics & Technology practice. Julie has over 25 years of experience as a pediatrician, physician executive, and advisor to health delivery organizations.
Michael Shenk is a Director with Chartis. His experience spans over 15 years of healthcare strategic planning, management, and economic analysis.
Michael Tsia is a Director with Chartis. He serves as a project manager and advisor to leading academic health centers, children's hospitals, and community health systems on numerous topics, including enterprise strategic and financial planning, physician and organizational alignment, and operations improvement.
Maureen Ward is a Principal with Chartis whose career in healthcare spans over 25 years, 15 of which have been spent in management consulting.