Katrina Slavey serves as a network executive for The Halley Consulting Group. Her healthcare career spans over 20 years and she frequently serves as the interim executive of hospital-owned medical practices. She is experienced in all facets of practice and network operations as well as new practice start-ups, including physician credentialing and hiring of staff. Katy also implements electronic medical records, creates new organizational models and coaches new practice executives.
Serving as interim vice president for a Florida-based network of 85 physicians, she reduced practice losses by more than $2 million, increased point-of-service collections by 15% and reduced held claims by $1 million. As the interim COO for a 100-physician hospital-owned multi-specialty network in Virginia, Katy decreased referral leakage by 20% while increasing referrals from primary care physicians by 12%. During this engagement, she also increased same-store primary care visit volume by 12% and same-store specialty wRVUs by 8%.
While on assignment in Chicago, she assisted in growing the network from 56 locations to over 90 locations, serving 11 different hospitals. For an Ohio organization, she assisted in organizing the Network Operations Council, building infrastructure, capturing charges, and improving the overall bottom line.
Prior to joining The Halley Consulting Group, Katy was the director of regional operations for a 28-physician, multi-specialty hospital-owned network. During her tenure, she developed and implemented key strategic initiatives, driving operational improvements at all levels from finance to employee motivation. She also successfully transitioned the practice network to a new billing platform, greatly increasing revenue cycle effectiveness, and established an incentive program that improved point-of-service cash collections.
Katy received her bachelor’s degree at the University of Richmond and is a resident of West Point, Virginia.