William S. Reiser, MBA, is Chief Information Officer for Halley Consulting and has over 20 years experience in healthcare consulting and management. William has been actively engaged in consulting for independent healthcare providers and health systems since 1990. Early in his career, he established a methodology to determine the value of medical practices for purchase by hospitals, health systems and private practitioners. He also directed the physician recruitment activities for a seven-hospital health system and structured physician recruitment packages to comply with federal regulations.
William is our content expert in the area of physician productivity compensation, working with our clients to develop sustainable models that provide fair market compensation for primary care and specialty physician groups. He developed and works to implement the firm’s Financial and Statistical Model, Gap Dashboard, Fee Analyzer, web feedback surveys and is the creative intelligence behind many of the Halley Consulting tools and models that facilitate and performance measurement and improvement. His client base includes regional and national health systems, community hospitals and private practice physicians. In addition, he oversees the firm’s knowledge management operations and infrastructure.
William received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Utah in Psychology and Anthropology and a Master of Business Administration degree from Brigham Young University. He was a contributor to The Business of Healthcare (Praeger, 2007). Most recently, William co-authored, with Marc Halley, “Physician Compensation: Five Mistakes, One Solution,” published in hfm magazine in July, 2011, and was a co-presenter at the 2011 HFMA ANI in Orlando.