Jon Burroughs, MD, MBA, FACHE, FAAPL

President and CEO, The Burroughs Healthcare Consulting Network, Inc. JBurroughs@BurroughsHealthcare.com
48 Forest Ledge Road, PO Box 540
Glen , NH 03838
Office: 603-733-8156

Introduction

With over 40 years in healthcare as a clinician, administrator, board member, consultant, faculty (ACHE, AAPL, NAMSS), and author or co-author of six medical management books and innumerable articles/blogs, I provide expertise in the areas of: healthcare administration/management, corporate compliance/responsibility, negligent credentialing/peer review, medical staff affairs including fair/judicial hearings, physician/employee contracting and performance issues.


Areas of Expertise

  • Health Care Administration
  • Hospital Administration
  • Medical Staffing

Expert Background

Q: Please list your professional accreditations, degrees, licenses, and certificates granted:
A: EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
MBA with Honors, 2008 – Isenberg School of Management, Amherst, Massachusetts
Graduated first in class; Beta Gamma Sigma National Business Honor Society
MD, 1977 – Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
Bachelor of Arts in Humanistic Studies, 1972 – Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
4.00 GPA; First in senior year class
Q: Please list your affiliations or memberships in any professional and/or industry organizations:
A: CERTIFICATIONS/AFFILIATIONS
American College of Legal Medicine (2013 to Present)
American Medical Association (2012 to Present)
American Health Lawyers Association (2012 to Present; Physician/Attorney Affinity Group and Medical Staff, Credentialing and Peer Review Practice Group, 2013 to Present)
Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives (2012 to Present)
Fellow, American Association for Physician Leadership (2005 to Present)
Q: Please list any teaching or speaking experience you have had, including subject matter:
A: PRESENTATIONS AND CONSULTING ENGAGEMENTS
1. Oklahoma Hospital Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Keynote Address, 12/6/18.

2. American College of Healthcare Executives Senior Executive and Executive Programs, Orlando, Florida: “Best Practices in Physician Engagement and Alignment in a Pay for Value World,” 10/29-31/18.

3. Kaweah Delta Healthcare District, Visalia, California: Physician Leadership Retreat, Monterey, California, 10/13/18.

4. New England Ophthalmological Society, Boston, Massachusetts: Guest of Honor and Keynote Speaker: “Best Practices in the Prevention and Treatment of Physician Behavioral Issues and Impairments,” 9/28/18.

5. ACHE Cluster Program, Washington DC: “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 8/29-30/18.

6. ACHE Cluster Program, Washington DC: “Optimizing Clinical and Business Outcomes through Physician-Executive Collaboration,” 8/27-28/18.

7. ACHE Cluster Program, Santa Fe, New Mexico: “Redesign the Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 6/4-5/18.

8. ACHE Cluster Program, San Francisco, California: “Monetizing Quality in a Pay for Value World,” 5/21-22/18.

9. University of Maryland Medical Center, Linthicum Heights, Maryland: “The Mandate for Physician Leadership in Healthcare Transformation,” 5/16/18.

10. Texas Hospital Association, Austin, Texas: Leadership Fellows Program-“Best Practices in Physician Engagement and Alignment,” 5/11/18.

11. New York State Association for Medical Staff Services, Albany, New York: Keynote Address, 4/26/18.

12. Innova Healthcare, Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, Virginia: “The Mandate for Physician Leadership in Healthcare Transformation,” 4/23/18.

13. Washington Association of Medical Staff Services, Vancouver, Washington: Keynote Addresses, 4/19-20/18.

14. Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, Palmer, Alaska: Grand rounds and “Common Legal Mistakes that Healthcare Leaders make and how to Avoid them”, 3/22/18.

15. Minnesota Hospital Association, St. Paul, Minnesota: Keynote Addresses: “Consumer Driven Healthcare-Are you ready?” and “Strategies for Rural Healthcare Organizations to Succeed,” 3/7/18.

16. Partners Health Plan of California, Fairfield, California: Keynote Address, 2/28/18.

17. ACHE Cluster Program, Scottsdale, Arizona: “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 2/14-15/18.

18. American Association for Physician Leadership: St. Peter’s Health Partners, Albany, New York: “The Impact of the Patient Experience on Quality, Safety, and Cost,” 2/10/18.

19. Missouri Hospital Association, Columbia, Missouri: “Redesign your Medical Staff for Healthcare Transformation,” 2/9/18.

20. South Carolina Hospital Association, Columbia, South Carolina: “Leading in a Changing Environment: Population Health,” 2/7/18.

21. SSM Healthcare, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: National Physician Leadership Retreat, Santa Monica, California, 1/24/18.

22. Saint Luke’s Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri, Task Force Facilitation, 1/15/18.

23. ACHE Cluster Program, Naples, Florida: “Redesign the Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 1/8-9/18.

24. Leidos, Reston, Virginia: “A Healthcare Primer for Business Executives,” 12/12/17.

25. ACHE Cluster Program, Orlando, Florida: “Monetizing Quality in a Pay for Value World,” 12-4-5/17.

26. Billings Clinic, Billings, Montana: Affiliate Leadership and Trustee Conference, “The Future of Rural Health Care,” “Best Practices in Healthcare Governance” and “Strategic Planning for Rural Healthcare Facilities,” 11/9-10/17.

27. Bentley College, Waltham, Massachusetts: Visiting Lecture: “The Healthcare Consumer Revolution and its Impact on the Patient Experience,” 11/7/17.

28. American Association for Physician Leadership Fall Institute, Scottsdale, Arizona: “Advanced Medical Staff Leadership Course-How to Create a Top Performing Medical Staff for the 21st Century,” 11/4-5/17.

29. Oklahoma Hospital Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: “How to Operationalize and Contract for Population Health,” 11/3/17.

30. ACHE Cluster Program, San Diego, California: “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 11/1-2/17.

31. National Association Medical Staff Services Educational Conference and Exhibition, Colorado Springs, Colorado: “How to Credential and Privilege in a Clinically Integrated Network (CIN)” and “The Impact of Population Health on Credentialing and Privileging,” 10/23/17.

32. Baton Rouge General Medical Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Orthopedic Co-Management Project, 10/17.

33. Connecticut Association of Medical Staff Services, Hartford, Connecticut, Full Day Leadership Conference, 10/20/17.

34. ACHE-West Virginia Chapter, “Redesign the Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 10/13/17.

35. MGMA Annual Conference, Anaheim, California, “Five Proven ways for Physicians to Reduce Operating Costs,” 10/10/17.

36. Honor Health, Scottsdale, Arizona: Bylaws, Rules/Regulations, Policies/Procedures Review, 10/17.

37. Cerner Physician Community Meeting Keynote Address, Kansas City, Missouri: “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 10/8/17.

38. Massachusetts Association for Medical Staff Services, Worcester, Massachusetts: “How to Credential and Privilege in Clinically Integrated Networks” and “Consumer Driven Healthcare-Are you Ready?”, 9/29/17.

39. ACHE Cluster Program, Seattle, Washington “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,”9/25-26/17.

40. St. Luke’s Health System, Kansas City, Missouri: “Corporate Presentation of Assessment Findings,” 9/22/17.

41. Hamilton Medical Center, Dalton, Georgia: “What every Healthcare Leader needs to know about Population Health,” 9/21/17.

42. Central Montana Medical Center, Lewistown, Montana: Medical Staff Assessment and Mediation, 9/12/17.

43. Foundation for Healthy Communities-New Hampshire Peer Review Network, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire: “How to move Peer Review from Quality Assurance to Performance Improvement,” 9/10/17.

44. ACHE Cluster Program, Washington DC, “Redesign the Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 8/23-24/17.

45. Saint Luke’s Health System, Kansas City, Missouri: Medical Staff Assessment and Redesign, 7/31/17-8/2/17.

46. NAMSS Webinar: “How to move Peer Review from Quality Assurance to Performance Improvement,” 7/27/17.

47. ACHE Cluster Program, New York City, New York, “Optimizing Clinical and Business Outcomes through Physician-Executive Collaboration,” 7/24-25/17.

48. ACHE-Louisiana Hospital Association, “Redesign the Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 7/17/17.

49. Baxter Regional Medical Center, Mountain Home, Arkansas: “Population Health and Value Based Purchasing Retreat and Discussion”, 6/26-27/17

50. Foundation for Healthy Communities-New Hampshire Peer Review Network, New London, New Hampshire: “How to move Peer Review from Quality Assurance to Performance Improvement,” 6/20/17.
Q: Have any of your accreditations ever been investigated, suspended or removed? (if yes, explain)
A: No
Q: On how many occasions have you been retained as an expert?
A: 62
Q: For what area(s) of expertise have you been retained as an expert?
A: Healthcare administration, corporate compliance, corporate negligence, negligent credentialing, negligent peer review, fair/judicial hearings, physician/employee contracting/performance issues
Q: In what percentage of your cases were you retained by the plaintiff?
A: 55%
Q: In what percentage of your cases were you retained by the defendant?
A: 45%
Q: On how many occasions have you had your deposition taken?
A: 12
Q: When was the last time you had your deposition taken?
A: Most recent in November, 2017
Q: On how many occasions have you been qualified by a court to give expert testimony?
A: 6 (most recent in September, 2017)
Q: On how many occasions have you testified as an expert in court or before an arbitrator?
A: 6
Q: For how many years have you worked with the legal industry as an expert?
A: 10 years
Q: What services do you offer? (E.g.: consulting, testing, reports, site inspections etc.)
A: Consulting in all areas pertaining to healthcare corporate responsibility: compliance, credentialing, peer review, contracting, agency, medical staff affairs, performance management
Q: What is your hourly rate to consult with an attorney?
A: $600/hour off site
Q: What is your hourly rate to review documents?
A: $600/hour
Q: What is your hourly rate to provide deposition testimony?
A: $600/hour + travel
Q: What is your hourly rate to provide testimony at trial?
A: $8,000/day + travel
Q: Please list any fees other than those stated above (E.g.: travel expenses, copy fees, etc.)
A: Usual and customary travel expenses. Legal firms provide document support.

References

References upon request.