Rory is an experienced healthcare executive with 36 years of experience in Diagnostic Imaging, Physician Practice Management and EHR consulting. As a lead diagnostic imaging professional with OmniMedical Services, Inc. he managed several departments of mobile modalities in General Diagnostic Ultrasound, Cardiovascular Ultrasound, Cerebral and Peripheral Vascular Ultrasound and Nuclear Medicine. He has served as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Alliance Imaging, Inc. the nation’s leader in shared diagnostic imaging services. He oversaw the Sales and Marketing of the Alliance fleet of mobile MRI and CT units. He currently serves as President of Efficient Medical Solutions, LLC, which consults with private practicing physicians in improving operating efficiency while reducing operating expenses. Efficient Medical achieves its results through focusing in the areas of Patient Care Coordination, Supply Chain and Revenue Cycle Management. In recent years his services have included supporting private practicing physicians in the evaluation, implementation and support of various EHR technology solutions. Through the years he has forged valuable strategic relationships in IPA, PPO and FQHC care delivery models and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience to the MDR Management Team.
Brian brings over 17 years experience in the healthcare and employee benefits industry. Brian is also the CEO of his consulting practice, Bibb Enterprises LLC, in Amelia Island, FL which has a rich and diverse background in working with physician practices, clinics, hospitals, health systems and employers in the area of quality improvement and improvement in patient/member outcomes through preventative service strategies. A unique area of emphasis that Brian brings to the table is his extensive connections to the clinical / independent pharmacist world and raising awareness of the enormous value they provide in the new value-based environment that is currently being significantly under-utilized.
Greg brings over 30 years of experience and has extensive knowledge in assisting healthcare organizations with change management and business performance improvement through resource management, customized management solutions, process improvement initiatives and leadership development. He has worked with large healthcare systems, Academic Medical Centers, and community hospitals in project management, team facilitation, strategic planning and implementation. Greg is a founding partner of Bryan Advisory Group, an independent consulting firm focused on gaining efficiencies and saving costs in waste stream expenses. Prior to Bryan Advisory, Greg was a Managing Director in the healthcare practices at Huron Consulting and Navigant Consulting where he served as a Business Development Market Leader and provided executive oversight on performance improvement engagements. Greg joined Navigant as a result of the acquisition of the Invalesco Group, Inc., where Greg was president and a founding partner. Invalesco Group, a national healthcare consulting firm, serving hospitals and healthcare providers. Prior to founding Invalesco, Greg held Vice President roles at Cardinal Healthcare and West Hudson, Inc.
As a Healthcare Finance and Delivery Strategic Consultant, Dr. Constantz ensures existing and prospective clients receive maximum value from current and future strategies and initiatives. In previous roles, Dr. Constantz advised employers on measures to develop regional and community-based physician accountability and commitment through means of enhanced benefits and reduced costs; with the significant benefit of creating sustained loyalty between providers, patients and payers. He has successfully offered strategies that built on four pillars: actionable data, physician alignment, high-risk member targeting and network re-engineering.
Having begun his career on the payor’s side of healthcare (Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Central New York), Dr. Constantz has served in several positions for hospitals, home health agencies, physician organizations and physician/hospital organizations. Over his 30 plus years in healthcare, Jed has developed tools and resources for primary care providers and employers seeking to reduce costs, drive greater efficiency and quality outcomes and thereby create a “featured-and-favored” network in their regions and community. This process includes a deep focus on the selection of the right community of primary care physicians and specialists, a thorough audit of existing patient and population data, commitment to accountable care standards and improved compensation for the physician.
The end-objective is a better healthcare delivery model with an alignment of “enlightened self-interests” and a balance between rewards and value for the employer, employee and provider. For the employer, the financial benefits are immediate with on-going healthcare savings, a healthy workforce, and improved physician relationships. The provider can see greater patient volumes, improved care standards and compensation tied to performance. The employee will feel an improvement in care and attention, benefit with reduced out-of-pocket expenses and sense a higher level of satisfaction.
Randy brings over 35 years of healthcare experience in the areas of acute and long term care. Randy was CEO of a 250 bed hospital for 27 years. He was also responsible for a 125 bed long term care facility. Randy has leadership experience working for a risk management company where he evaluated and recommended to the insurance company which long term care facilities were a good risk to insure or what steps to take to improve the quality of care. He received his Masters degree from Trinity University in San Antonio Texas.
Stephanie currently serves as the CEO of ALTIUS, managing internal operations as well as supporting all active consulting engagements by overseeing project timelines, analyses, and client deliverables to ensure successful outcomes. In addition, Stephanie often lends an on-site presence when specific engagements call for her unique skill set and executive expertise. Ms. Dorwart’s exceptional analytical and mathematical skills, combined with in-depth practical healthcare experience, have contributed to her many professional accomplishments to date. As the architect of a successful labor management system, Stephanie has poured her talents into the development and execution of Performance Improvement processes and tools for the healthcare industry over the last 15 years.
Renee brings over 20 years of business development, fundraising and investment management experience in healthcare, real estate and technology. She has raised over $300m and managed over $2bn in assets. She is Owner of FacilityONE Technologies, an Enterprise Operations Platform leading the industry towards advanced visualization and intelligence and Managing Director at Oberon Securities, a broker-dealer firm in NYC. All M&A and capital raise activity is handled through Oberon Securities. Renee is also Founder of Evocate Growth Solutions, a business development, strategy and corporate turnaround firm focused on small and mid sized companies looking to accelerate growth and build a sustainable business model. Renee was a Vice President in Investment Management at Goldman, Sachs & Co. working with ultra-high net worth investors on their private portfolios. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs., Renee spent 10 years in asset management and business development with Westfield Group, a Real Estate Investment Trust that owns and manages regional shopping centers in the US and internationally.
Jeremy brings over 15 years of healthcare industry experience. Jeremy currently supports all sales and distribution of healthcare products through MDR™ Distribution network. Jeremy serves as President of NuParadigm Consulting, LLC, a national healthcare sales and marketing organization where he supports a network of over 100 representatives nationwide and vets new products and solutions for the company. Previously, Jeremy held Vice President and Director of Operations titles in the fields of Physician Dispensing and Sales & Marketing.
Rick is the founding principal and CEO of Dynamic Health Connections, a national healthcare consulting organization. He has his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles, his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Southern California, and has held faculty appointments at several local universities. Rick was one of the first consultants credentialed by the American Medical Association (AMA). He is currently credentialed by the American Academy of Ophthalmology and in May 2011 was a recipient of the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Achievement Award. Rick is also actively involved with the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons, the American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators, and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. Formerly, he maintained ancillary membership in the American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and the Association of Freestanding Radiation Oncology Centers, as well as the American College of Cardiology, and the American Academy of Dermatology.
Eric is a transformational healthcare leader with over 30 years experience coaching high performance teams and building clinically integrated systems of care. He is president of CenterPoint Insights, LLC, a strategic advisory and leadership development practice serving healthcare leaders as a trusted, experienced advisor, helping them improve their performance individually and corporately. As CEO of a 600–bed, 3-hospital system, Mr. Norwood led a successful $30M strategic and operational turnaround with a clinically integrated network of over 400 community physicians. He is nationally recognized as an expert on alignment and clinical integration between hospitals and physicians. Mr. Norwood holds a Master of Health Administration degree, is board certified as a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, and is certified in executive leadership coaching through the International Coaching Federation.
Dr. Mason has more than 35 years of experience as a clinician, both in primary care and as specialist in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology. He has been a physician leader organizing and leading IPAs. Dr. Mason has also been a health plan executive serving as both a regional and senior health plan medical director. Dr. Mason has developed and implemented new delivery models to translate clinical research into practice, including the Pharmacist on the Care Team model. He worked with several California commercial ACOs to achieve financial and quality success. He understands the dynamics of managing a population to reach the Triple Aim for healthcare Dr. Mason was instrumental in helping his Medicare Advantage HMO plan reach 4.5 STARs in California. He is currently working with the Health Services Advisory Group (HSAG) to enhance the health status of California’s Traditional (FFS) Medicare population and to help individual physicians and medical groups succeed under MACRA/MIPS.
John has over 40 years of "C-Suite" experience (CEO /COO) leading healthcare organizations. His extensive experience includes working in for profit; non-profit; county; district; critical access; and faith based organizations. His experience also includes over 17 years in interim executive leadership positions, across the United States, in varying organizations with challenging issues. His background is rich with working in many facets of healthcare including financial turnaround; merger and acquisition experience; divestiture, business development: board and physician integration situations, operational turnarounds, health plan management, union relationship management, and union campaign and labor relationship management.
John joined Yaffe & Company in 2016 as Senior Vice President and as a Senior Consultant. John is also CEO of TTG Healthcare. John has served in executive positions in healthcare, including 15 years as CEO of not for profit hospitals and health systems. John has extensive board experience, as both CEO and board member or many organizations. This includes serving seven years on the board of Notre Dame of Maryland University, serving on the Executive Committee, Chair of Enrollment Management Committee, Compensation Committee, and Strategic Planning Committee. In addition, John has served on the board of numerous hospital and community boards, focused and strategic planning, leadership development, and fulfilling the organization’s mission. John is also Vice President of the Faraja Fund Foundation, which supports a primary school in Tanzania, Africa, which brings hope to disabled children through physical therapy and education. John holds an MBA and MHA from Georgia State University. He and his wife chaired the Parents Council at his alma mater, Virginia Tech, and they live in Baltimore, Maryland.
Chad Wable is an engaging, contemporary healthcare executive with more than 18 years of progressive experience leading hospitals and health systems. Chad has led rural community hospitals, specialty hospitals and large tertiary academic medical centers. He has led hospitals out of bankruptcy and successfully completed financial and operational turnarounds. Chad is currently the President and CEO of his company, Aspiresults where he helps leaders of hospitals and health systems optimize their performance and better lead to achieve better results. He is also a Managing Director with Berkeley Research Group where he is a senior advisor and consultant for their Healthcare Performance Improvement Group. Most recently, he served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Trinity Health Of New England, a $1.8 billion regional health system with six hospitals and over 50 ambulatory facilities in CT and Western MA. During his tenure from 2016-2019, Chad led the integration of the regional health system into the parent company, Trinity Health while also leading their regional integration efforts and completing a comprehensive regional master facility plan. He unified and standardized many services and functions, most notably supply chain, workforce management, laboratory and behavioral health services. Prior to his time with Trinity Health, Chad spent a decade as President and CEO of Saint Mary's Health System in Waterbury, CT. While at Saint Mary’s, Chad ascended quickly through the leadership ranks starting as their Corporate Director of Strategy and Business Development to ultimately lead the Board of Directors through a comprehensive, competitive affiliation process that resulted in the merger with Trinity Health in 2016. Chad holds several professional memberships and affiliations including The American College of Healthcare Executives, the American Hospital Association, and the Connecticut Hospital Association. He is a Six Sigma Green Belt and is a Certified High-Reliability Trainer. He has served on numerous community service boards, and currently serves on the boards of Saint Bridget School and Gala Alert. Chad has received many recognitions and awards such as Modern Healthcare Magazine “Up and Comer,” the Connecticut Magazine, “40 Under 40” for Top Executives, and the Waterbury Chamber of Commerce Healthcare Heroes Award to name a few. Chad was a two-year starter and Academic All-American football player at West Virginia University where he received master’s degrees in business administration, community health education, and healthcare administration and a bachelor’s degree in biology.