SpringParker serves as a trusted advisor for companies wanting to make the most of their resource investments in healthcare. We also provide recommendations and guidance for companies looking to enter the dynamic healthcare marketplace. We offer our services nationwide, specializing in key areas like strategy, operations and transition integration. We are ready to help you increase the speed and size of your return on investment, manage transformational change, reduce costs, improve processes and optimize organizational profitability.
- Expertise in strategy, operations, transition and implementation
- In-depth understanding of both healthcare industry and needs of investors
- Experience with strategic, operational, financial, clinical and technology engagements successfully completed across the U.S.
- Proficiency with organizations of all kinds, from single physician practices and large medical groups to large, integrated healthcare systems
- Highly skilled in physician medical group, hospital, and ancillary services strategy, operations, and management
About Scott Nelson, FACHE
SpringParker is led by Scott Nelson, an accomplished healthcare strategy and operations leader with more than 15 years in the healthcare industry. Scott has worked with a wide range of organizations, including large and small medical groups, stand-alone children’s hospitals, academic medical centers, faith-based health systems, and not-for-profit hospitals and medical systems. He has led client and industry teams through numerous strategic, operational, financial, revenue cycle, clinical and technology initiatives.
Before SpringParker, Scott served as a consultant for a Fortune 100 company, where he was recruited to join a management team charged with developing a new physician enterprise services division. He also held a management position at a top-5 ranked public healthcare consulting firm, where he led both physician enterprise and medical group assessment and implementation engagements. His experience as a consultant covers academic and non-academic organizational design and development, process improvement, physician compensation, revenue enhancement and expense improvement projects across the US.
Prior to his consulting work, Scott served in strategic planning and business development roles in Ohio at a large academic medical center and an integrated physician association of over 2,000 physicians. He has also held operations, strategic planning and business development roles, and has led acquisition integrations and operational expansion projects at large physician medical groups and integrated healthcare systems in Arizona.
A Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, Scott has presented as a healthcare leadership conference guest lecturer and co-authored literature on ways technology is used to innovate and improve health outcomes.