Dave Brown

Dave has over 15 years of administrative experience in the medical practice field. His consistent achievement of results speaks to his ability to motivate senior leaders and staff, implement Evidence-Based Leadershipâ„ , drive accountability and create a culture of high quality. He is known for his ability to individualize improvement plans to produce breakthrough results for his partners. Dave connects each partner with what will drive them to reach their goals. Senior leaders appreciate his direct approach and true partnership in helping their organizations grow and become successful.

Professional Experience

As a medical practice and physician expert coach, Dave shows results in moving patient satisfaction from the bottom quartile to the top quartile in multiple large academic medical centers. Additionally, he has helped organizations see significant improvements with their employee and physician engagement outcomes while helping create a culture of alignment and accountability. He has been instrumental in helping organizations achieve enhanced operational efficiency, financial return on investment and clinical quality outcomes. Dave has special expertise in care access strategies to improve productivity, financial outcomes and patient experience.

Signature Engagements

  • Account leader and service line leader for nationally recognized academic medical centers and large regional health systems
  • Multiple partners chosen to present their results at What’s Right in Health Care Best Practices Conference
  • Coach for partners that won the Healthcare Organization of the Month award
  • Received Studer Group Pillar award four times

Education And Certifications

  • Master of Science in Healthcare Administration, University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology, Pensacola Christian College, Pensacola, FL

Professional Associations

  • Medical Group Management Association, American College of Medical Practice Executives
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