Dr. Jonathan Burroughs

The Burroughs Healthcare Consulting Network, Inc.
48 Forest Ledge Road, PO Box 540
Glen , NH 03838
Office: 603-733-8156

Introduction

With over 38 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 Economics
  • Hospital & Medical Ethics
  • Hospital Administration
  • Hospitals & Medical Services
  • Medical Credentialing
  • Medical Fraud
  • Medical Staffing
  • Physician Assistants
  • Wrongful Death

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 (2012-2016)
1. The Leadership Development Group (Reading Health, Reading, Pennsylvania): “Managing Physician Performance,” 3/22/2017
2. ACHE Cluster Program, San Diego, California” “Redesign the Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 10/24-25/2016.
3. ACHE Cluster Program, New Orleans, Louisiana: “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 9/14-15/2016.
4. American Association for Physician Leadership, St. Mary’s Hospital: “The Mandate for Physician Leadership,” 7/22/2016.
5. ACHE Cluster Program, San Antonio, Texas: “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 5/18-19/2016.
6. New York Association for Medical Staff Services, Albany, New York: “Best Practices in Credentialing and Privileging,” 4/28/2016.
7. Sebasticook Valley Health, Pittsfield, Maine: “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 4/5/2016.
8. Allina Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Physician Leadership Academy, 3/31/2016.
9. ACHE Congress, Chicago, Illinois: “How Physicians can work with Management to Lower Operating Costs”, “How to Redesign your Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” “How to Operationalize and Contract for Population Health,” 3/14-15/2016.
10. Allina Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Physician Leadership Academy, 2/25/2016.
11. St. Vincent Healthcare, Billings, Montana: Physician Leadership Conference, 1/29-30/2016.
12. Allina Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Physician Leadership Academy, 1/28/2016.
13. WellSpan York Hospital, York, Pennsylvania: Quality Assessment-General Surgical Department, 1/25-26/2016.
14. Finley Hospital, Dubuque, Iowa: “How to Redesign your Medical Staff for Healthcare Transformation,” 1/23/2016.
15. Healthcare Finance Management Administration Massachusetts and Rhode Island Chapters Keynote Address: “Making 21st Century Healthcare Safe-What we can Learn from the Aviation Industry,” 1/22/2016.
16. ACHE Cluster Program, St. Petersburg, Florida: “Redesign the Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 1/20-21/2016.
17. Signature Health, Brockton, Massachusetts: “How we can Succeed in Healthcare Transformation,” 1/14/2016
18. Medical Society of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina: “Best Practices in Physician Engagement and Alignment,” 1/12/2016.
19. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Flower Mound, Flower Mound, Texas: OPPE/FPPE, peer review consulting engagement. “How Physicians can Succeed in Healthcare Transformation,” 12/9/2015
20. CHI St. Alexius Health, Bismarck, North Dakota: Physician Leadership Conference, 11/19/2015.
21. The Methodist Hospitals, Gary, Indiana: Management Retreat, 11/11/2015
22. Valley Health System, Ridgewood, New Jersey, Physician and Management Retreats 11/3/2015 and 11/4/2015
23. Coverys, Boston, Massachusetts: “A 21st Century Healthcare Vision-What you can expect,” 10/29/2015.
24. Honor Health, Scottsdale, Arizona: “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 10/24/2015.
25. Unity Point Health, Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Physician Leadership Conference, 10/23/2015.
26. Coverys, Lansing, Michigan: “A 21st Century Healthcare Vision-What you can expect,” 10/15/2015.
27. Medical Center, Navicent Health, Macon, Georgia: “Best Practices in Physician Engagement and Alignment,” 10/13/2015.
28. Iowa Hospital Association, Des Moines, Iowa: “Redesign your Medical Staff for Healthcare Transformation,” 10/7/2015.
29. NAMSS, Seattle, Washington: “What Top Performing Organizations Do and Don’t Do,” 10/6/2015.
30. ACHE Cluster Program, San Diego, California “Leading in a Changing Environment-Population Health,” 9/30-10/1/2015.
31. AAPL: Adventist Health, Roseville, California: “How to Negotiate a 21st Century Healthcare Vision,” 9/29/2015.
32. United regional Health System, Wichita Falls, Texas: “How Physicians can work with Management to Reduce Operating Costs,” 9/24/2015.
33. ACHE Minnesota Chapter, Brainerd, Minnesota: “A Healthcare Vision for the 21st Century,” 9/16/2015.
34. Tidelands Health, Georgetown, South Carolina: Physician Leadership Conference, 9/14/2015.
35. AAPL: Kaweah Delta Health Care District, Visalia, California: “Best Practices in Credentialing and Privileging,” 9/11/2015.
36. Riverside Medical Center, Kankakee, Illinois: “How to Optimize your Service Lines,” 8/22/2015.
37. ACHE Cluster Program Presentation, New York City, New York: “How to Redesign your Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 8/3-4/2015.
38. AAPL: Regional West Medical Center, Scotts Bluff, Nebraska: Physician, Governance, Management Retreat, 7/30/15.
39. Garrett County Memorial Hospital, Oakland, Maryland: Bylaws Assessment, 7/20/2015.
40. Northside Hospital and Tampa Heart Institute, Tampa, Florida: Physician Leadership Conference, 7/18/2015.
41. Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville, North Carolina: General Surgical Service Line Redesign, 6/30/2015.
42. Maine Hospital Association, Augusta, Maine: “Best Practices in Physician Engagement and Alignment,” 6/19/2015.
43. St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, Far Rockaway, New York: “How Physicians can Succeed in Healthcare Transformation,” 6/9/2015.
44. Tidelands Health, Georgetown, South Carolina: “How Physicians can Succeed in Healthcare Transformation,” 6/4/2015.
45. ACHE Cluster Program Presentation, Cape Cod, Massachusetts: “How to Redesign your Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 6/1-2/2015.
46. Southeast Georgia Health System, Brunswick, Georgia: Physician Leadership Retreat, 5/29/2015.
47. Osceola Regional Medical Center, Kissimmee, Florida: Conflict Resolution Retreat, 6/16-17/2015.
48. Phoebe-Putney Memorial Hospital, Albany, Georgia: Medical Staff Assessment, 5/19-21/2015.
49. South Georgia Medical Center, Valdosta, Georgia: Physician Leadership Conference, 5/15-16/2015.
50. HFMA Alabama Chapter, Atmore, Alabama: “How to Move from an Effective Manager to an Effective Leader,” 5/14/2015.
51. St. Vincent Healthcare, Billings, Montana: “How to work with your Management Team to Reduce Operating Costs,” 5/13/2015.
52. Cook’s Children’s Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas: Physician Leadership Conference, 5/8/2015.
53. St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, Far Rockaway, New York: “How to Lead Population Health,” 5/6/2015.
54. ACHE Kansas Chapter, Wichita, Kansas: “How to Redesign your Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 4/30/2015.
55. Unity Point Health, Des Moines, Iowa: Physician Leadership Conference, 4/023/2015.
56. American Association for Physician Leadership, Las Vegas, Nevada: “Disruptive Innovations in Healthcare,” 4/18-19/2015.
57. St. Joseph’s Candler Healthcare System, Savannah, Georgia: Physician Leadership Conference, 4/17/2015.
58. VHA, Irving, Texas: “Best Practices in Physician Engagement and Alignment,” 4/14/2015.
59. Centennial Medical Center, Frisco, Texas: Physician Leadership Conference, 3/28/2015.
60. St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, Far Rockaway, New York: Governance Boot Camp, 3/20/2015.
61. ACHE Congress, Chicago, Illinois: “How Physicians can work with Management to Lower Operating Costs”, “How to Redesign your Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 3/14-18/2015.
62. Phoebe-Putney Memorial Hospital, Albany, Georgia: Physician Leadership Conference, 3/13-14/2015.
63. St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, Far Rockaway, New York: “An Introduction to Population Health,” 3/5/2015.
64. Allina Health, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Physician Leadership Academy, 3/2/2015.
65. The Leadership Development Group (Palomar Medical Center, San Diego): “How Physicians can Succeed in Healthcare Transformation,” 2/28/2015
66. East Jefferson General Hospital, Metairie, Louisiana: Physician Leadership Conference, 2/21/2015.
67. Stratus Healthcare, Tifton, Georgia: “How Physicians can Succeed in Healthcare Transformation,” 2/20/2015.
68. Meadows Regional Medical Center, Vidalia, Georgia: Physician Leadership Conference, 2/12-13/2015.
69. ACHE Cluster Program Presentation, Steamboat Springs, Colorado: “How to Redesign the Medical Staff for Healthcare Reform,” 2/9-10/2015.
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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: Nineteen
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: 35%
Q: In what percentage of your cases were you retained by the defendant?
A: 65%
Q: On how many occasions have you had your deposition taken?
A: Three
Q: When was the last time you had your deposition taken?
A: October, 2015
Q: On how many occasions have you been qualified by a court to give expert testimony?
A: Five
Q: On how many occasions have you testified as an expert in court or before an arbitrator?
A: Two
Q: For how many years have you worked with the legal industry as an expert?
A: Six
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: $500/hour off site
Q: What is your hourly rate to review documents?
A: $500/hour off site
Q: What is your hourly rate to provide deposition testimony?
A: $7,000/day + travel
Q: What is your hourly rate to provide testimony at trial?
A: $7,000/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.