Medical: Group Practice Administration
The healthcare industry’s bottom line is ever-changing, from insurance regulations at the top to day-to-day expenses. The business chief at a healthcare clinic has many responsibilities, many employees, and many bosses. Add to that the knowledge that the business’ “customers” are sick and need help. Finding a way to provide the best clinical outcome in a challenging environment is just another day at the office.
President and CEO, MidSouth Medical Management. With more than 35 years’ experience in the healthcare field. Company offers everything from full-service management of physician practices of all specialties to consulting on an hourly basis. Member of the Medical Group Management Association, Society of Human Resources Management, and Practice Management Institute. Is a Certified Medical Coder. Has published articles on such topics as HIPAA laws and practice management.
Business Administrator and General Counsel, Mid-South Pulmonary Specialists, P.C. B.A., International Business; M.B.A., Healthcare Economics; and J.D., University of Memphis. One of the largest pulmonary/critical practices in the Southeast specializing in the treatment of patients with respiratory diseases. Physicians work in Intensive Care Units and are Sleep Medicine Specialists. Member, American Bar Association and its Health Law Section. Memphis. Has consulted for primary care and other specialties.
KEN E. BEASLEY
CEO, OrthoMemphis. Delivers subspecialty services to those with orthopaedic-related injuries or conditions. Owner, Pinnacle Health LLC, which provides anesthesia services to community hospitals and consulting services to physician practices. Named Memphis Business Journal Healthcare Administrative Excellence Finalist. Former CEO of Baptist Memorial Hospital – Memphis. Actively involved with Arthritis Foundation. Member, American College of Orthopaedic Executives and Medical Group Management Association.
STEVEN H. BURKETT
President and CEO, UT Medical Group, Inc.. B.S., Pre-Med Biology-Psychology, Rhodes College; Masters, Health Education and Public Administration, Health Services, University of Memphis. Former Director, UT Medical Center, Memphis. Former President, University Physicians Foundation, Inc., the forerunner to UT Medical Group. Adjunct Instructor, Graduate Program in Health Services Administration, University of Memphis. Former Board Member, Medical Group Management Association.
Administrator, Memphis Heart Clinic. B.A., Nursing, University of Mississippi; M.B.A., Nursing, University of Memphis. Provides consultative and interventional cardiology, peripheral intervention, nuclear imaging, echocardiography, and electro-physiology. Member of the Medical Group Management Association. Was product manager for Smith & Nephew Orthopaedic Manufacturing and worked with Ambulatory Management Services.
CEO, The Stern Cardiovascular Foundation. B.A., Education, Louisiana State University. Offering a comprehensive approach to wellness and preventive medicine with six Mid-South locations, in January 2011 Stern joined partnership with Baptist Memorial. Board Member, Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce, American Heart Association Heart Gala, Medical Group Management Association, and Medaxiom. Involved with St. Jude and Alzheimer’s Association.
JOHN R. GROSS
Practice Administrator, Shea Clinic. B.A., Accounting, Louisiana State University. A comprehensive ear, nose, and throat medical practice and surgery center specializing in the treatment of chronic hearing and balance disorders. Additional services include allergy testing and treatment, hearing instrument sales and services, and facial plastic surgery. Member, Leadership Council of the Association of Otolaryngology Administrators and elected National Program Chairperson for the 2011 AOA Annual Institute in San Francisco.
CEO, Memphis Orthopaedic Group, a division of MSK Group PC, and c0-CEO of MSK Group. Providing full spectrum of surgical and nonsurgical orthopaedic care. Certified Medical Practice Executive. Serves as secretary and treasurer for the Tennessee Medical Group Association and is on program committee for Mid-South Medical Group Management Association, where he has served as president and secretary. Also member of the American Association of Orthopaedic Executives.
CEO, Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics. M.B.A., Finance, University of Memphis. A national leader in orthopaedics. Committee Chairman, American Academy of Orthopaedic Executives. Board of Examiners, Healthcare Financial Management Association. Fellow, HFMA and American College of Healthcare Executives. Member, American Association of Orthopaedic Executives and Medical Group Management Association. Germantown Police Department reserves.
JOHN A. LEWIS
CEO, Semmes-Murphey Clinic. Offers neurosurgery, neurology, physiatry, and pain management. Clinic serves all major hospitals in Memphis area. CPA, CITP, Certified IT Project Manager, and Certified Medical Practice Executive. Member, Tennessee Association of CPAs, American Institute of CPA, Society for Information Management, Vistage International, and Medical Group Management Association. Actively involved with Habitat for Humanity. Treasurer at Church of the Holy Communion.
J. CHARLES LOCK
Executive Director, Sutherland Cardiology Clinic. Bachelor’s, Biology, U of M; and Master’s, Healthcare Administration, Central Michigan University. Providing interventional/noninterventional care, nuclear medicine, and other services, Sutherland became a part of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare in 2010. Member and Past President, Tennessee Group Practice Coalition. Member, Mid-South Medical Group Management Association, American College of Healthcare Executives, and Cardiology Advocacy Alliance.
DAVID K. REA
Chief Operating Officer, The Jones Clinic, and President and Founder of Rea & Associates, a medical management company. Firm specializes in oncology/hematology and is an affiliate of the Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Network. Member of the Mid-South Medical Group Management Association, Oncology and Hematology Assembly, Neurology and Neuroscience Administrative Assembly, and American College of Medical Practice Executives, where he is a Certified Fellow.
Robin W. Wachsman
Vice President of Clinical Services, The West Clinic. Educated at Union University and Baptist Memorial School of Nursing. Certified Oncology Nurse. Received Baptist Memorial Cardiovascular Fellowship. Faculty Member, Oncology Nursing Society. Awarded Research Nurse of the Year by Tennessee Oncology. Member, Oncology and Tennessee Nursing Societies. Member, Phi Delta Pi Mother’s Club and the Memphis Humane Society. Married with four sons.
Administrator, Memphis Gastroenterology Group PC and Memphis Gastroenterology Endoscopy Center East. Clinic offers colonoscopy, endoscopy, and other gastro-enterological services. Serves on MetroCare Advisory Forum and Baptist Health Services Group Provider Committee. Former president of Mid-South Medical Group Management Associaton. Certified Medical Practice Executive. Previously was Assistant Business Manager of OB/GYN at UT Medical Group.