Richard Maye, MBA
Advisory Board Member
Richard Maye, MBA, brings more than 30 years of senior-level management and administrative experience. He currently serves as the President of Strategic Integration Solutions, Ltd., a consulting firm that he formed to assist healthcare organizations in developing and implementing clinical integration models involving primary care, behavioral health, and other ancillary services.
Mr. Maye’s experience spans the health and human service field in various leadership positions. He previously served as the Vice President of Physician Integration at Mary Rutan Hospital. His rich career has also garnered experience as a project consultant, hospital administrator, and senior director serving in the behavioral health field.
Mr. Maye offers clients extensive experience in developing innovative solutions to complex problems. He has helped develop and implement a community care coordination structure that has been used to help design population health management programs. Additionally, his solutions have been responsible for the financial turnaround of three failing organizations. And, as Chief Executive Officer of a multi-program rehabilitation center, Mr. Maye held primary responsibility for the successful development and implementation of marketing and strategic plans that doubled the number of patient visits for some programs within two years.
In his career, Mr. Maye has undergone a number of accreditation surveys, including JCAHO, COA, DNV, and CARF. These surveys took place in treatment environments that included acute care in-patient hospitals, foster care, and rehabilitation services.rnrnMr. Maye earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Tiffin University in Tiffin, Ohio, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio. He has served as an adjunct faculty member for Tiffin University, instructing a variety of business courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
A Clinical Integration Model That Worked: A Perspective From The Field
Management Newsletter Articles | August 24, 2015
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