Hospital Administration Expert Witnesses

The SEAK Expert Witness Directory contains a comprehensive list of hospital administration expert witnesses who testify, consult and provide litigation support on hospital administration and related issues. Hospital administration expert witnesses and consultants on this page may form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, and provide expert witness testimony at deposition and trial. The issues and subjects these hospital administration expert witnesses testify regarding may include: Hospital Administration, Hospital Negligence, Sepsis, Credentialing, Hospital Corporate Negligence, Hospital Liability, Joint Commission Standards, Patient Safety, Aneurysm, Appendicitis, Covid, Emergency Medicine, Emtala, Hospital Policies And Procedures, and Informed Consent.

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Vipul M Kella, MD, MBA FACEP Medlegal Advisors

Emergency Medicine, Long Term Care - COVID, overdose, anaphylaxis, appendicitis, fraud, hospital administration, mental health, aortic dissection, sexual assault, myocardial infarction, fractures, negligence, sepsis, wound care, trauma, cardiac arrest, brain hemorrhage, stroke, medical devices, aneurysm, nursing home, opioids
Background: Dr. Kella is a board-certified emergency medicine physician who practices in the D.C area. In his eighteen years of practice, he has worked both clinically and as a hospital executive in large hospital systems. He currently practices in the Washington, D.C. area. Experience in hospital administration reviewing standards of care and implementing numerous quality of care and utilization programs. Board-certified in Emergency Medicine, and highly experienced expert witness, having reviewed over 200 cases and having testified in 4 depositions in the past 3 years. Retained in federal, criminal, and civil cases. Education/Training: University of Michigan (B.S.) University of Toledo (M.D.) Johns Hopkins University (MBA) Specialty: Emergency Medicine Areas of focus: Emergency Medicine Sepsis Wound care Cardiovascular Disease Infectious Diseases Stroke Hospital/Healthcare Administration Personal Injury Automobile Accidents Nursing Home Negligence COVID Fraud/Abu...

Joan D Boomsma, MD, MBA

Rancho Mirage, California
Medical Management - Hospital Administration, Hospital Corporate Negligence, Medical Staff Affairs, Credentialing/Privileging, Hospital Policies and Procedures, Medical Staff Bylaws, Quality and Patient Safety
Dr. Boomsma has had a distinguished clinical and academic career in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Northwestern Memorial Hospital followed by successful executive positions in community hospitals, medical group practices, academic medical centers and large integrated health systems. With 20 years of experience as a Chief Medical Officer, her expertise includes hospital operations, physician practice management, hospital/medical staff relations, patient safety and quality improvement, value-based care, population health and outcomes management.

Paul B Hofmann, DrPH Hofmann Healthcare Group

Moraga, California
Medical Management - Hospital Administration, Hospital Policies and Procedures, Medical Staff Credentialing, Joint Commission Standards, Ethics, Hospital Governance, Sexual Abuse & Harassment, Healthcare Consulting
Began career at Massachusetts General Hospital after administrative residency, became a senior executive at community hospital, CEO of Stanford University Hospital & Clinics and Emory University Hospital, EVP & COO of nonprofit healthcare system, faculty appointments at Harvard, UCLA, Stanford, Emory, Seton Hall and University of California, Berkeley, co-editor of three books published by Health Administration Press and one book published by Cambridge University Press, author of over 200 articles, consultant to numerous hospitals to assist them in accelerating their clinical and financial improvement efforts, recipient of multiple awards (including Young Administrator of the Year by American College of Healthcare Executives, Award of Honor by American Hospital Association, one of eight national recipients of Albert Schweitzer Leadership Award), member of American Hospital Association's Quest for Quality Prize Committee since 2004

Timothy Hawkins, FACHE Hospital Experts

Cape Coral , Florida
Medical Management, Medical Devices - Hospital Administration, Hospital Liability, Joint Commission Standards, IRB Institutional Review Board, Medical Devices, daVinci Robot Credentialing, Operating Room, Informed Consent, Negligent Credentialing, Patient Safety, Environment of Care, Hospital Negligence
Mr. Hawkins is an accomplished Hospital Executive with experience in hospital departmental operations and regional healthcare systems. He held the positions of Chief Executive Officer, Executive Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer. He is Board Certified in Healthcare Administration, and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

Kayur V Patel, MD, MRO, FACP, FACPE, FACHE, FACEP

Conyers, Georgia
Emergency Medicine, Medical Management - Stroke, Pulmonary Embolism, Hospital Administration, ED Medical Director, Hospital Negligence, Central Line Placement, Heart Attack, Appendicitis, Sepsis, Aneurysm, Blood Clots, Pneumonia, Emergency Medicine, Thoracic Aortic Dissection (TAD), Hospital Standard of Care
Practicing Emergency Department Physician. Trained in both Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine. Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. Highly experienced physician executive, with over 30 years of practical experience. Former Chief Medical Officer of a 278-bed Community Hospital in Terre Haute, former Medical Director for Emergency Medicine and Occupational Health, and current Chief Medical Officer of Proactive MD, which operates clinics for large employers. Frequent speaker on the subject of quality in healthcare. Extensive chart review experience focused on quality and adverse events. Special clinical interest in Pulmonary Embolism and Thrombolytics in an Acute Stroke. Serve as consultant to KEPRO, the Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for more than 30 states. Primary responsibility is to review medical records to see whether they meet the Standard of Care. Fellow of the American College of Physicians, American College of Physician Executives, and American College...

Vipul M Kella, MD, MBA FACEP Medlegal Advisors

Potomac, Maryland
Emergency Medicine, Long Term Care - COVID, overdose, anaphylaxis, appendicitis, fraud, hospital administration, mental health, aortic dissection, sexual assault, myocardial infarction, fractures, negligence, sepsis, wound care, trauma, cardiac arrest, brain hemorrhage, stroke, medical devices, aneurysm, nursing home, opioids
Background: Dr. Kella is a board-certified emergency medicine physician who practices in the D.C area. In his eighteen years of practice, he has worked both clinically and as a hospital executive in large hospital systems. He currently practices in the Washington, D.C. area. Experience in hospital administration reviewing standards of care and implementing numerous quality of care and utilization programs. Board-certified in Emergency Medicine, and highly experienced expert witness, having reviewed over 200 cases and having testified in 4 depositions in the past 3 years. Retained in federal, criminal, and civil cases. Education/Training: University of Michigan (B.S.) University of Toledo (M.D.) Johns Hopkins University (MBA) Specialty: Emergency Medicine Areas of focus: Emergency Medicine Sepsis Wound care Cardiovascular Disease Infectious Diseases Stroke Hospital/Healthcare Administration Personal Injury Automobile Accidents Nursing Home Negligence COVID Fraud/Abu...

Susan A Abookire, BSEE, MD, MPH

Boston, Massachusetts
Medical Management, Internal Medicine - Hospital Liability, Hospital Negligence, Hospital Administration, Peer Review, Delayed Diagnosis, Missed Diagnosis, EMTALA, Sepsis, Falls, Sexual Assault, Infection Prevention, Credentialing, Privileging, Anticoagulation, Wrong Site Surgery, Medication Error, Safe Discharge
Award winning and highly experienced patient safety physician executive. 20+ years of Hospital and Health System Administration Experience including Chief Quality Officer for 1,900 bed and 4,000 physician healthcare system. Founder and Former President of Society of Physician Quality Officers. Co-Founder and Senior Advisor: Harvard Medical School Quality and Patient Safety Fellowship. 20+ Years’ experience overseeing quality, patient safety, and developing procedures, policies, clinical guidelines and protocols. National and international teaching experience. Harvard educate and trained. Harvard Faculty. Past Vice-President, Board of Directors, Massachusetts Coalition for the Prevention of Medical Error. Extensive experience in developing programs for hospital quality, patient safety, and peer review and addressing issues such as Joint Commission Standards, Regulatory Quality Requirements, DNV Standards, Credentialing and Privileging, Medical Ethics, Infection Prevent...

Richard A Parker, MD Care Dimensions hospice

Newton Highlands, Massachusetts
Medical Management, Hospice and Palliative Care - Hospital Corporate Negligence, Hospital Liability, Hospital administration, Hospice care, Hospice fraud, healthcare fraud, Credentialing, Policies and procedures, Mental Health, Covid, sepsis, hemorrhage, medical billing, qui tam, medical necessity, DNR, end of life, hospital advertising.
Highly experienced hospital corporate negligence, hospital credentialing and hospice expert witness. Reviewed over 800 cases and testified in 48 trials and depositions over 23 years. Trained at Dartmouth and Brown medical schools. Previous Assistant Professor appointment at Harvard Medical School. Practiced internal medicine for 24 years. Served as medical director and chief medical officer for Beth Israel Deaconess Physician Organization for 15 years in Boston. Former chief of medical services at Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Boston, MA and New England Deaconess Psychiatric unit. Former editor for Journal of the American Medical Association. Served as chief medical officer for Arcadia -- a data aggregation and analytics company providing population health services to large healthcare organizations. Currently practice in hospice for Care Dimensions hospice in Lincoln, Mass. Experienced speaker and presenter.

Maricela Schnur, MD, MBA

Duluth, Minnesota
Pain Management - Medicine, Hospital Administration - Hospital Administration, Opioid Safety, Failed Back Surgery Syndrome, Neck Pain, Spinal Cord Simulation, Intrathecal Pumps, Low back Pain, Epidural safety, Cervical, thoracic, lumbar injections, Peripheral nerve blocks, CRPS, Radiofrequency Ablations, Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
Dr. Maricela Schnur is a Harvard and Mayo trained interventional Pain Physician with extensive experience in diagnosing and treating patients with chronic pain conditions. She is skilled in performing a variety of interventional procedures to alleviate pain and improve quality of life for patients including epidurals, facet joint injections, medial branch blocks (cervical/thoracic/lumbar), radiofrequency ablations, spinal cord stimulation, peripheral nerve stimulators and intrathecal pump placements. She is active in a number of professional societies and was a founding member of the Society of Women Innovators in Pain Management. She consults for device companies several times a year and teaches at cadaver courses around the country. She currently works full time at a hospital in Northern Minnesota as as interventional pain physician where she also has an administrative position as the Neuromusculoskeletal Dyad Leader at her hospital.

Thomas Bojko, MD, MS, JD, FCLM Hospital Experts

Port Monmouth, New Jersey
Medical Management, Legal Medicine - Hospital Administration, Hospital Negligence, Joint Commission Standards, Negligent Credentialing, Physician Contracting, Informed Consent, Standards of Care, Patient Transfer, Patient Safety, Pediatric Critical Care, Birth Injury, Hyperbilirubinemia
Thomas Bojko, MD, MS, JD, FCLM has spent over two decades in healthcare where he has held executive leadership positions in both hospital and medical administration. He is an expert in hospital operations, policies and procedures. Dr. Bojko has made many contributions to the administrative, clinical and educational aspects of healthcare and has received numerous awards and recognition for his efforts. He gained national prominence serving as a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Critical Care Executive Committee and as a member of the NACHRI (National Association of Children’s Hospitals) Board of Trustees. In addition, he has authored numerous articles, policy statements and editorials in peer-reviewed journals. He also participated in authoring the American Academy of Pediatrics Policy on Hyperbilirubinemia.

Kevin Joseph, MD, MBA, CPE, ACHE

Tulsa, Oklahoma
Hospital Administration, Medical Management - Healthcare Administration, Safety, Quality, Reliability, Executive Leadership, Credentialing, Medical Staff, Data Analytics, Performance Improvement, Emergency Medicine, Management, EMTALA
Dr. Kevin Joseph is a physician executive with experience in academic and community hospital settings. His unique and diverse background combines operational and clinical experience with degrees in business and engineering to solve problems, develop efficient operations, and lead complex organizations. He has had great success in creating healthcare delivery of high quality and strong P&L, with a focus on safety and exceptional service. Dr. Joseph currently serves as one of Ascension Healthcare’s Market Chief Clinical Officers and has recently served as TriHealth’s system Chief Medical Officer where he created the Insitute for Safety, Reliability, and Performance Improvement. At TriHealth, he was also responsible for safety, quality, physician credentialing, hospital accreditation, the 18 different system departments, infection prevention, data analytics, and medical informatics. Previously, he served as one of UC Health’s senior vice-presidents where he was responsible for the op...

Clark D Todd, FACHE Todd and Associates

Norwich, Vermont
Medical Management - Hospital Administration, Hospital Corporate Negligence, Hospital Best Practices, Patient Safety, JCAHO Standards, Former Hospital CEO, Medical Staff Bylaws, Quality Management
After graduating from college in pre-med, I elected not to continue on to medical school, but joined the US Navy to serve in the Vietnam War. During that time, I discovered my interests lay more in leadership than in science. My next step was to earn a MBA degree in hospital management, which opened up a richly rewarding career for me and my family. I believe combining the two perspectives of business and science in this field gave me a unique skill set that increased my value and satisfaction. My wife and I recently moved to Vermont, close to Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. I hope to increase my volunteer opportunities with the Dartmouth Institute, as well as find volunteer leadership service in the local hospitals. My work as an expert witness has drawn on my hospital operations background in countless ways. I work with precision and insight, trusting that the legal outcomes will be result in a safer, higher quality environment for the patients and the healthcare facilities...
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