Andrew J. Halley, MBA, CMPE, is a network executive for The Halley Consulting Group with 30 years of progressive healthcare experience in both hospitals and medical practices. Andrew spent the first fifteen years of his career in a 400-bed tertiary care hospital, where he worked in a variety of roles including accounting, finance, planning and marketing. His medical practice experience includes interim network management, leadership coaching, new practice development, practice promotion and group mergers. He has also overseen the placement, planning and construction of many medical clinics along the Wasatch Front of northern Utah.
As a Halley Consulting executive, Drew uses his experience to provide evaluation, consulting, and interim management services to large and small hospital-owned physician networks. He also works with hospitals that want to develop or improve their hospitalist medicine program. Drew’s interim work often includes coaching executives on effective network leadership, implementing sustainable governance structures, and solving a variety of operational challenges. His hospital experience allows him to work effectively in both the hospital and the physician network arenas.
He is a co-author of “The Orthopedist as Clinical Densitometrist: Cost-and Time-Effectiveness” (January 2007, The American Journal of Orthopedics) and is a contributing author of The Medical Practice Start-Up Guide (Greenbranch Publishing, 2008).
Drew received his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Weber State College, and his Masters of Business Administration from Utah State University.