Richard Cameron is a Senior Managing Director at Ankura with more than 40 years of experience improving hospital/physician engagement and organization performance. He is a recognized leader in the healthcare profession and his scope of work includes physician and health system affiliations and integration; strategic business planning supporting physician engagement needs and services; physician compensation planning; and physician practice performance improvement services. Throughout his career, Richard has helped organizations in the healthcare industry solve complex problems with innovative solutions.
Richard has worked for national and regional health systems, community hospitals, hospital-employed and independent physician groups, Physician-Hospital Organizations, and Management Services Organizations on numerous engagements involving physician/hospital integration, strategic physician business planning, medical group integration/expansion, physician compensation design and FMV opinions, performance improvement assessments, reorganizations, and interim management. He often successfully partners with attorneys from the nation’s top law firms on these projects.
Richard has 10 years of experience dedicated to physician practice management, including serving as executive director for a large multispecialty physician group in Ohio and as associate administrator for Henry Ford Medical Group in Detroit, one of the largest vertically integrated health systems in the country. Additionally, as vice president and regional vice president for CoreSource and for CNA Insurance in Chicago, he built and operated primary care networks, integrated delivery systems, and managed care services.
Richard spent 17 years as a health system executive when he served as president and CEO of Community Hospital in Anderson, Indiana, and as senior associate administrator of Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.
He frequently speaks on the healthcare industry nationally and has published articles on healthcare matters including strategy/integration, performance improvement, healthcare delivery innovation, and compensation planning.