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Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Cultural Area Studies
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Anne is a nationally recognized strategic healthcare leader with a distinguished career as a senior executive for several leading pediatric health systems and AMCs and as a managing director in consulting. She has created, significantly grown, and integrated successful healthcare systems and is an industry expert in leading large-scale transformational change, merger management, value network design, and organizational topics such as culture and organizational design. Anne’s client work focuses on strategy and improving organizational health and performance. She blends a strategic perspective with a stakeholder approach gained from serving on a cross-section of boards as both an executive and independent director and brings to her clients an understanding of the challenges, pressure, and sometimes isolation that leaders face.
Anne’s previous experience includes serving as COO at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital/Stanford Children’s Health, where she was instrumental in managing a $1.3 billion building expansion project, a system-wide Epic implementation, and the development and growth of a physician network and seven centers of excellence. Before that, Anne was a managing director at Accenture, where she led thought leadership and consulting services related to health industry transformation resulting from health and payment reform. Her client engagements focused on building operating models around clinically integrated provider networks, accountable care organizations, and integrated data and analytical capabilities.
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