In the midst of healthcare reform, widespread mergers and acquisitions, and the push to get patient records fully digital, the evolving healthcare marketplace has created a new model for its financial executives. Today’s skill-set prioritizes an understanding of and a successful track record with value-based models and healthcare reimbursement.

Once the watchdog of the bottom line exclusively, the CFO model is shifting to one that can rein in expenses while also managing the undertow that directly and indirectly affects a system’s bottom line. Issues around employment arrangements, care coordination as well as population health management and performance measurements can all fall within today’s financial purview.

In addition to this shifting landscape, Tyler & Company is well versed with the complex skillset required of modern healthcare’s financial executives. Led by Senior Vice President Joan Gee, a veteran of C-suite healthcare recruitment and financial specialty, the firm’s Financial practice emphasizes our clients’ unique environments in tandem with their short- and long-term goals. We work to understand mission, vision and values first so that we can identify candidates with the specific qualities and expertise necessary to lead your organization.