Mark O’Connor is a seasoned healthcare executive with more than a decade of leadership experience in healthcare finance, technological innovation, organizational design, and strategic planning. Mark’s professional experiences have led him to work domestically with preeminent academic institutions as well as globally with intergovernmental organizations and high-profile non-profits.
Mark is a two-time graduate of the University of Michigan, a Duke Fellow, Fulbright Fellow, and holds a number of credentials in LEAN, Six-Sigma, Product Management, and others. When not working, Mark lives in San Francisco with his wife, Jessica. Together they can usually be found on the beach or in the mountains, cooking, and tasting the newest micro-brews and wines.
Mark O’Connor, MHSA, MPP
SVP Product Strategy & Growth
How often do you hear about a new and exciting scientific or biomedical advancement and then wonder when it will become available to the millions of Americans who might benefit from it? I’m sure...
Volume and revenue declines have resulted in plummeting margins. In April 2020 margins were a whopping 326 percent below budget. Now, more than ever, healthcare organizations must control costs....
Provider credentialing — required for all hospital privileging and managed care payer enrollments — is a heavily regulated process that can take up to six months to complete. Credentialing includes...
Top 10 Negotiating Strategies
Skilled negotiators are like musical virtuosos. They have an extensive repertoire of tactics from which to draw, and they know when and how to make them a part of their performance. But negotiating healthcare contracts for capital, purchased services, and IT services can test the artistry of even the most masterful negotiator.