Peer Collaboration - Interested Members

Information On Those Interested In Forming Peer Collaboration Groups

Member CEO / Center State M&A Activity What Matters Most Top 3 Challenges Interests/Hobbies Potential Peers
3778 Johnson, Joel
HRDI
IL, AL Yes 1. Priority services/initiatives: Primary and behavioral integration.
2. Vision: Empowering individuals, families and communities to improve their health opportunities.
3. Size: $20M.
1. Revenue cycle management.
2. Developing value-based payment structures.
3. Primary and behavioral healthcare integration.
Travel, cigar smoking, reading and swimming. Those interested in FQHC mergers, board relations and inner-city services 
3778  Korbanka, Juergen
Wasatch Mental Health
UT No 1. Priority services/initiatives: Integration, safety net services, Zero Suicide, data-driven decisions.
2. Vision: Fiscally responsible, evidence-based, outcome-focused comprehensive mental health services.
3. Size: $34M.
1. Maintaining independence from ACOs (preserving our carve-out status).
2. Maintaining our employee service provider model versus contacted service provider model.
3. Attempts to consolidate services with statewide administration that would lead to decrease and deterioration of local services.
Running/triathlons, motorcycling, beer brewing, coffee roasting. CEOs from small to moderate-sized organizations interested in securing a more solid foothold.
3778 Mitchell, Michael
Crisis & Counseling Centers, Inc.
ME Yes 1. Priority services/initiatives: Crisis, OP MH?SA, Corrections, Targeted CM.
2. Size: $8M.
3. Service area: mixed.
1. Refine data collection and reporting
2. Broaden/expand service and catchment
3. Increase ability to accurately identify financial trends and projections
Playing jazz, fly fishing, woodworking.  
3778 Nelson, Bill
Bridgeway
IL, IA No 1. Size: $30M
2. Priority services/initiatives: BH, SA, DD/ID, employment, residential.
3. Service area: rural
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1. Navigating budget challenges.
2. Developing new sources of revenue and service lines.
3. Collaborating with healthcare, being relevant & marketing to primary care.
Outdoor activities of any kind and cooking.  
3778 Wardell, Brandon
Central Wyoming Counseling Center
WY Yes, acquire and possible merge with FQHC 1. Size: $15M.
2. Vision: Diversify revenue and build commercial services.
3. Priority services/initiatives: Integrated care, adolescent RTC expansion, spectrum disorders.
1. Recruitment.
2. Contracting with payors.
3. Building leadership team.
Motorcycle riding, traveling, nature activities  
3778 Zipple, Tony
Centerstone of Kentucky
KY          

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