Areas of Expertise
- Physician Practice Performance Improvement
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Revenue Cycle Optimization
- Hospital/Physician Alignment/Integration
- Interim Management
- Value-Based Care and Reimbursement
- Patient Access
- Population Health Management
- Post-Merger Integration
- Contracting (Employment, Payer, IT Vendor)
- Quality-Based Healthcare Initiatives
Emory University, Goizueta Business School
Bachelor of Business Administration, Consulting/Venture Management and Marketing
American College of Healthcare Executives
Nashville Health Care Council
Brandt Jewell is a senior vice president at Coker Group where he leads the physician services team, which focuses on delivering value across all areas of ambulatory operations. He has extensive consulting experience related to executive leadership development, practice acquisitions, physician alignment strategies, operational efficiency, financial stability, organizational structures, revenue cycle management, and competitive landscapes for health systems and provider groups across the country.
Brandt partners with health systems, investors, and medical groups to implement operational solutions and strategies that improve provider entities’ financial health. He also develops value-based care strategies for integrated networks of employed and independent providers.
- Managed consulting engagements for health systems and medical groups of all sizes and structures.
- Developed and implemented accountable care solutions that address relevant factors for value-based payment reform and physician-hospital alignment strategies.
- Served in a variety of interim leadership roles for medical groups across the country.
- Led financial and operational turnarounds for medical practices.
- Developed clinically integrated provider networks.
- Managed practice acquisitions and operations integration into employed medical groups.
- Designed and implemented strategic plans.
- Contributed to “Navigating the Shift to Value-Based Reimbursement: How Fast Is Too Fast, and How Slow Is Too Slow?” The Journal of Medical and Practice Management, May-June 2016.