Healthcare Strategy Group and Health ForumWATCH NOW
Event Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017, 1 - 2 p.m. Eastern (noon - 1 p.m. Central)
Health systems have invested millions in their employed physician networks, but in some cases those groups are only producing marginal strategic value. In this webinar, we will discuss how to start creating strategic value. We will also outline a roadmap for building a high-performing group, which we define as one that can produce reliable outcomes and costs.
Employed physician networks go through six phases of development. Most have survived the novice and growth phases, and may feel they are in operational chaos. As groups gain control of these operations, they enter a fourth phase, strategic focus. In this phase, they begin to produce strategic value and tie the group’s strategy to the organizational strategy. In the final two phases, the groups begin to help the organization deal with the fee for value market, and finally reach high performance.
Join us to learn how to accelerate the progress of employed groups and hear the experience at Halifax Health in Daytona Beach and their three-year journey to accelerate the development of their 200 provider employed network.
What You Will Learn
- Understand the natural evolution of employed physician networks
- Define how to accelerate the development of these networks and the levers that can be used to move them to a higher performance level
- Understand via case study how one organization has tackled this evolution
- Learn how to engage physician leaders in this development
David W. Miller
HSG Managing Partner David W. Miller primarily focuses on strategy development, including strategic plans for hospitals & health systems and employed physician groups, affiliation/merger strategies, physician alignment strategies, primary care strategies, and service line planning. He also provides board and medical staff education and retreat facilitation.
Before co-founding HSG in 1999, David spent four years as a Partner with the Galvagni-Miller Strategy Group and fifteen years as an executive with Norton Healthcare in Louisville. David is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and serves on the board of the organization’s Kentucky chapter. He holds a Master’s Degree in Health Administration from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Management from Virginia Tech.
Director, Strategic Planning
Bill Griffin is over Strategic Planning at Halifax Health. He has been a member of the Halifax Health executive team since 1982. Prior to joining Halifax Health Medical Center, he was a hospital management consultant with Ernst & Young.
Griffin has a history of service, involvement and community leadership. He is the Chairman of the Daytona Beach West Rotary Club and serves on the District Youth Exchange and Fund Committees —holding the Assistant District Governor role from 2004 - 2006 and served as District Governor for northeast Florida Rotary Clubs (District 6970) from 2008 - 2009. In addition to Rotary, he is on the board of Halifax Health - Hospice of Volusia/Flagler and Community Based Care of Volusia/Flagler. He has served on several other community boards and task forces and has been involved for several years as a coach in youth recreational leagues.
Griffin received his Bachelor of Science degree from St. Lawrence University in upstate New York and his masters in hospital administration from Ohio State University. He also served in the U.S. Air Force.
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