Andrew Resnick appointed Chief Medical and Quality Officer for The Chartis Group
CHICAGO, January 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Andrew Resnick, MD, has been named Chief Medical Officer and Chief Quality Officer for The Chartis Group, a leading provider of comprehensive consulting and analytics services to the healthcare industry.
As Chief Medical Officer and Chief Quality Officer, Dr. Resnick will lead Chartis’ Clinical Quality and High Reliability Practice, which spans Chartis Consulting and the recently acquired company Greeley, a leader in patient safety, clinical compliance , training doctors and optimizing the services of medical personnel.
Dr. Resnick, a nationally recognized leader in clinical quality and safety, joins Chartis from Mass General Brigham where he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Quality and Safety Officer at Brigham Health . In his role, he led quality, patient safety, patient experience, health equity and infection control, improving patient-centered care and achieving notable improvement in quality ratings and outcomes. results across Brigham Health. He was also a professor at Harvard Medical School on topics of quality, safety, and high reliability and continues to teach part-time at the medical school.
“We are delighted to have Dr. Resnick join our practice. Chartis is committed to supporting America’s hospitals and healthcare systems as they strive to provide their patients with the highest quality and most reliable care possible,” said Ken Graboys, CEO of the Chartis group. “Andrew is regarded throughout the industry for his expertise and experience, and we look forward to the impact he can now have on improving care in communities nationwide.”
“My career has taken me on an incredible journey through a variety of healthcare systems as a chief medical officer and chief quality officer,” Dr. Resnick said. “As a surgeon, I have been able to care for one patient at a time. As a healthcare system leader, I have helped many more. I am honored and incredibly excited to take this next step and join Chartis and Greeley as Chief Medical Officer and Quality Manager, bringing all of my experience, perspective and passion for quality, safety and high reliability to even more healthcare systems and patients across the country.”
Prior to Mass General Brigham, Dr. Resnick was Chief Medical Officer at Froedtert Hospital in Wisconsinwhere he also served as Associate Dean of Adult Clinical Affairs Practice and Associate Professor of General Surgery at the Wisconsin Medical College. In these roles, Dr. Resnick helped improve quality, efficiency, cost, access, staff engagement, and patient experience in a 614-bed acute care hospital and multi-specialty group including more than 1,300 physicians, 500 advanced practice providers and other practitioners. .
Previously, Dr. Resnick was Director of Quality at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. While there, he led the development of unit-based interprofessional quality teams to enable frontline staff, clinical leaders and operational managers to improve the quality and safety of patient care at the local level. He started his career at University of Pennsylvaniawhere he oversaw a wide range of clinical quality improvement activities across the organization.
Dr. Resnick graduated from Dartmouth College and Yale University School of Medicine. He completed a residency in surgery at the Hospital of University of Pennsylvania and earned a master’s degree in business administration from the Wharton School of UPenn. He has over thirty peer-reviewed publications and is an ad hoc reviewer for several medical journals.
About Chartis Group
The Chartis Group® (Chartis) provides comprehensive consulting and analytical services to the healthcare industry. He brings critical thinking and deep industry experience combined with cutting-edge data, analytics and technology to deliver #NextIntelligence. With unparalleled expertise in strategic planning, performance excellence, healthcare analytics, IT and technology, digital and emerging technologies, clinical quality and operations, and strategic communications, Chartis helps leading academic medical centers, integrated delivery networks, children’s hospitals and health care. service organizations achieve transformative results and build a healthier world. Chartis has offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, New York, Minneapolis and San Francisco. For more information, visitwww.chartis.com.
SOURCE The Chartis Group