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Gregory D. Johnson jonsongd@yahoo.

SUMMARY Seasoned executive with 33 years progressive experience in hospitals with varied operating environments including, urban, suburban, rural, independent and system-owned. Known as an efficient and effective manager of resources skilled in financial/quantitative analysis, medical staff recruitment and relations, program development, and employee relations. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 2010 to 2011 Iroquois Memorial Hospital and Residence Home, Watseka, IL

Watseka, IL 60970


President/CEO Responsibilities included a 49 bed sole community provider hospital, 35 bed SNF, home health, hospice, ambulance service, three certified Rural Health clinics and a multispecialty clinic and a visiting specialist clinic. The hospital was a top 100 Rural Hospital in 2004, but had financial difficulties that resulted in my placement there as a QHR employed CEO to achieve financial turnaround. SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS Assembled a senior leadership team; CNO, CQO, CFO, CIO and Director of Medical Staff Support/Clinical Informaticist. Developed three year Strategic Plan. Put HR, Case Management, Revenue Cycle, HIM and Managed Care Management Action Plans in place. EBITDA improved by $1 million with ending Net Revenue of $36 million. Net Patient Revenue/adjusted admission has increased 13% HCAHPs would recommend score has gone from 62% to 81% in last six months. Bottom line after other non-operating revenue is added has improved $2 million. QHR can demonstrate 6 to 1 ROI on their management fee over the last year. 1998 to 2010 COX MONETT HOSPITAL, Monett, MO

Responsibilities: Chief Executive Officer of the only hospital owned by CoxHealth which is located outside of Springfield, MO. CoxHealth, a $1billion+ organization, is a fully integrated system that is consistently recognized as both a Top 100 Hospital and a Top 100 System.

SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Developed 5-year strategic plan calling for $5.3 million in facility improvements. Reopened an Obstetrical Unit that was closed for 13 years. Started an Orthopedic program and recruited five private practice physicians in three years. Converted the hospital to CAH status to achieve financial stability. Employed new Emergency Department physician staff. Implemented new Administrative structure, QI plan and achieved JCAHO accreditation for the first time in 20 years. Extensive experience in IS/IT implementation including EMR and PACs. Established a full-service super clinic classified as a provider-based RHC Created a Community Health and Wellness program providing a complete range of services. 1987 1998 SUMMERSVILLE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Summersville, WV

ADMINISTRATOR Responsibilities: Chief Executive Officer of a Municipally-owned Hospital serving five counties in South-Central West Virginia SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS : Transformed facility from a struggling 74 bed primary care hospital to a 109 bed progressive, secondary care hospital with strong market presence. Handled all aspects of planning and constructing a new Acute Care Facility, large Ambulatory Care Facility and remodeled Extended Care Facility. Tripled the size of the Active and Consulting Medical staffs implementing Cardiology, Orthopedic, Vascular, Urology, MRI and Nuclear Medicine programs to name a few. Converted one third of the medical staff to employed physicians. Initiated a certified Rural Health Clinic. Achieved financial turnaround increasing gross revenue by 500 percent and reducing days in A/R by 40 days; maintained gains in FTE productivity as volume increased. Ten years of positive margins and favorable capital debt refinancing resulted. Negotiated several managed care contracts. Participated in the formation of a state-wide Provider Sponsored Organization. Revamped Quality Assurance and Risk Management programs greatly reducing malpractice insurance costs.

1981 1987

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin

ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR Responsibilities: Second in command of suburban Milwaukee Community Hospital. Support departments, free-standing Foundation, Pharmacy, Public Relations and Personnel. SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Coordinated restructuring of hospital foundation establishing committee structure and Investment policies while assets doubled. Directed a number of Personnel changes brought about by DRG implementation and Rapid HMO penetration including pay for performance, self-insurance, flexible benefits, guest relations program and staff reductions. Developed extensive retail pharmacy operation and pharmacy contract management Program. Designed and implemented DRG utilization review plan which produced significant (15%) profit margins.



Responsibilities: Second in command reporting to M.D. C.E.O. at Physical rehab hospital in Louisville Medical Center. All day to day Operations, budgeting and board agendas. SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Directed a $4.1 million expansion program increasing beds from 34 to 99 beds. Renegotiated shared services contracts with neighbor, Jewish Hospital producing Significant savings. Negotiated first Blue Cross physical rehab membership contract in Kentucky. Directed hospital public relations program and achieved local and national television Exposure.

EDUCATION 1979 Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio M.H.A.

1976 Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, B.S. Business Administration-Major: Management Magna cum Laude

AFFILIATIONS/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Member American College of Health Executives Former Trustee-Monett Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors- Monett Area YMCA Past Member-Staff/Parrish and Trustees Committees: First United Methodist ChurchMonett Past President: Missouri Hospital Association-Southwest District Past Board Member of the West Virginia Hospital Association

PERSONAL Married, two children, Date of birth March 8, 1955 Avid Indoor and Outdoor Cyclist