July 30, 2012 – COLUMBUS, Ohio –A pair of experts in physician practice management has joined Halley Consulting Group, a firm serving hospital, health system and private practice physician clients nationwide – Quynh-Chau Doan as decision support analyst and Stephanie Davis practice consultant.
“We are thrilled to welcome Quynh and Stephanie to our team,” said Marc Halley, president and CEO of Halley Consulting Group. “Stephanie brings more than 20 years of experience in the health care field to Halley, while Quynh’s youth and versatility will be valuable assets. We look forward to their contributions as they support our firm in successfully implementing proven strategies, tools and models.”
Davis has held positions in health care for 22 years; most recently, she was the administrative director of revenue cycle solutions at Bon Secours Physicians Practices. Previously, she served a two-year stint as patient account specialist at Dermatology Associates, and held the same role at Total Healthcare Patient Financial Services. Davis received her bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Doan recently served as administrative fellow at Trinity Health and senior intern at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. After graduating from Baylor University with a bachelor’s degree in biology and receiving her master’s in health administration from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, she was a performance consultant at Albert Galvin Health clinic. Halley adds, “Both Quynh and Stephanie have proven to be leaders in the health care field, and their expertise and commitment will help Halley Consulting Group achieve its goals for years to come.”
About Halley Consulting Group
Halley Consulting Group, LLC, is a physician practice management and consulting firm specializing in the strategic development and performance turnaround of both hospital-owned practice networks and independent medical offices. Halley Consulting Group works with clients nationwide, including large hospital systems, individual hospitals that own ambulatory networks, as well as private practice physicians. They provide services through traditional consulting arrangements and interim management contracts.
The firm’s president and CEO, Marc D. Halley, MBA, is a frequently requested speaker and has authored several books, including The Primary Care Market Share Connection: How Hospitals Achieve Competitive Advantage and The Medical Practice Start-Up Guide. He also is a contributor to The Business of Healthcare. Halley’s third book, Owning Medical Practices: Best Practices for Sustainable Results, was released by the American Hospital Association Press in January 2011. For more information about Halley Consulting Group, visit www.halleyconsulting.com.