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Peachtree City, GA, United States, 2008/02/18 - Atlanta-based consulting firm Transform said Monday it appointed former Greystone.Net Executive and Ernst & Young Partner Dale Boylston Managing Partner, Healthcare.
"Dale's in-depth expertise in the healthcare sector and his proven track record of success will serve to accelerate the growth of Transform_Healthcare and help redefine the healthcare experience for our clients,” commented Chris Burger, Founding Partner of Transform.
Prior to Ernst & Young, Mr. Boylston was a Partner with CSC Healthcare (formerly APM) where he helped direct the health care Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) practice and establish the southeast regional office for APM in Atlanta.
In his twenty three years as an advisor to healthcare industry executives and managers, Mr. Boylston has been published in several industry trade journals and has been a frequent speaker to organizations such as the American Hospital Association, the American College of Health Care Executives, and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. His clients have represented a wide range of healthcare organizations including regional integrated delivery systems, academic medical centers, large physician group practices, managed care companies and life sciences companies. Additionally, he has led several research projects with a particular focus on optimizing customer insight and intelligence within healthcare.
Mr. Boylston holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with Distinction in both Economics and Healthcare Studies from Dartmouth College.
Transform (321transform.com) works with clients to increase revenue and quality, decrease costs and variation, and drive profitable growth through the effective integration of technology, process and organization - and our experience speaks for itself.
Transform_Healthcare is helping redefine the healthcare "experience" by delivering solutions focused on Patient Access, Customer Experience, Revenue Cycle Management, Lean Six Sigma, Value Innovation, and Performance Improvement.