Mark Hallman, Vice President Chief Innovation & Transformation Officer

 

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Mark Hallman, MHA, Vice President Chief Innovation & Transformation Officer

Mark Hallman, MHA is focused on the expansion and transformation of JPS Health Network. His work is focused on driving change in the organization to meet the demands of the growing Tarrant County community and the ever changing healthcare landscape. This work will include strategy, infrastructure, a focus on innovation and alternative revenue streams, enhanced operations, and positioning JPS Health Network for continued success. With him, Hallman brings nearly 20 years of system level administrative and consulting experience focused on organizational efficiency, strategic operation and growth, as well as innovation and extensive healthcare start-up experience.

Mr. Hallman's experience has provided him the insights and skill necessary to drive success in the industry and understand the pivots our provider organizations need to now take. Prior to joining JPS, he served as the Founder and CEO of 3AIM Partners, where he was responsible for driving consulting engagements focused on business/market development, revenue growth strategies, value based care/population health methodologies, network development, payer strategy, innovation, consumer engagement, mergers and acquisitions, operating efficiency, as well as strategic/tactical planning. In addition to serving as CEO of 3AIM Partners, Mr. Hallman also Co-Founded Patient Forecaster, a healthcare technology company that through machine learning predicts consumer engagement in the acute care and urgent care settings with 95% accuracy to more appropriately align resources to demand.

Earlier in his career, he served as Enterprise Sr. Director of Strategic Growth and Market Planning at the Cleveland Clinic (OH), focusing on expanding the organizations global foot-print. As well as serving Centura Health (CO) as the System Director of Strategy where he focused on consumer engagement strategies and aligning the organizations resources to more appropriately care for the communities within Colorado and western Kansas.

Mr. Hallman is a graduate of Miami of Ohio's Richard T. Farmer School of Business, earning his BSB in Organizational Leadership, as well as the University of Cincinnati, College of Allied Health Sciences, earning his Master of Healthcare Administration. In addition, he has earned his Lean Six Sigma, Green Belt certification from Villanova University in Pennsylvania.