Shelly Anderson - 2021 World Medical Innovation Forum
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Shelly Anderson

    • SVP, Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships, & Chief Strategy Officer, BH

Shelly is a performance-driven health care executive experienced in strategy, administration, implementation and operations improvement with a fearless commitment to progress. Building off a strong track record consulting in large-scale solution implementations and health care reform policy for top-rated academic, pediatric and system-based healthcare delivery clients, Shelly has effectively led significant program implementation at Brigham Health like the full-suite Epic health record in a single day go live, aligning strategy and improving hospital operations through the development of the Active Asset Management system-wide program, and developing and implementing the Brigham Health strategy.

As a Brigham Health executive, Shelly is responsible for strategy development and execution, focused on service line development, network and business development, structural and focused cost reduction, innovation priorities, Partners-wide collaboration, and targeted advancement of the academic mission. She oversees teams skilled in strategy, consulting, business development, performance improvement, analysis and planning, program management, operations, and data management.

Shelly was a Partner at Stockamp & Associates, Inc., now a division of Huron Consulting Group, where she led teams in implementing comprehensive revenue cycle and patient flow solutions. During her transition from consulting to healthcare administration, Shelly augmented her consulting experience with a policy management degree from Georgetown University, concentrating her focus on health policy and health care reform.

Shelly has led consulting engagements with some of the most advanced health care delivery organizations in the nation, including Providence Health System; University of California – Davis; Northwestern Hospital; Children’s Hospital – Boston; SCL Health; Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center; UC Health; Mount Sinai Health System; Novant Health; Children’s Hospital Colorado; The University of Cincinnati Medical Center; Texas Health Resources; Intermountain Health Care.

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May 19-21, 2021