Jeff Robertson, CEO
A passion for Healthcare is the best way to describe Jeff Robertson. He has a unique, varied and extensive background in Healthcare that covers a wide array of experience encompassing 22 years. Jeff is board certified by the American College of Medical Practice Executives to be a Practice Manager and is a proud member of MGMA. Jeff is also a member of HBMA and continues to keep his knowledge current and focused on future trends and initiatives and how they affect our Healthcare system. Jeff has been actively running the Revenue Cycle Management and Practice Management divisions since 1999. Jeff Robertson has spent over 18 of the last 22 years in Outpatient Physician Clinics with a special focus on Healthcare IT, Revenue Cycle and Workflow Analysis. His passion and love of teaching, consulting and finding a better, more efficient way to build processes into a clinic has led to him being labeled the “Practice Fixer”.
To date, he has installed, configured, trained and consulted over 350 physician offices across the country and has learned valuable lessons from each of them.
Other Healthcare Experience
Jeff gained extremely valuable experience and knowledge providing Orthopedic Implants for some of the top foot and ankle surgeons throughout Southern California.
His experience includes Long Term/Post Acute Care Consulting for Woundcare and Therapy Support Surfaces. Jeff Co-Founded one of the largest Specialty DME companies in the country and sold his interest in 1995 to focus on Healthcare Technology and Revenue Cycle Management. Jeff was a disciple of Dr. Charlie Koo, a PhD in Process Engineering from Stanford university and helped launch an early EMR solution in 1999, throughout the country.
Jeff has also served as a Safe Patient Handling Consultant and spent 4 years training thousands of inpatient (ICU and MedSurg) nurses and long term care nurses, how to safely transfer patients and prevent injuries to caregivers. Nursing and patient care is still one of the most dangerous jobs and second only to construction work.
He still manages to maintain his certification as a Fall Prevention Specialist for the ICU and MedSurg Departments at hospitals throughout the West. Training and Teaching thousands of nurses over the years and helping to reduce “Never Events” and the number one killer of patients over the age of 65, falls. It is his passion for teaching and healthcare that drive him on this journey.
Jeff is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a BA in finance and a second-generation healthcare professional. In his free time he enjoys spending time with is wife and two young daughters or you can find him playing Beach Volleyball and still competing in tournaments.
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