Brandon has an extensive background in business strategy, marketing, financial analysis, operations, and organizational behavior. With over 20 years of leadership and management experience, Brandon brings unique insight and a wealth of experience to the Pediatric Management Institute.
In 2004, with his wife – and pediatrician – Brandon co-founded Salud Pediatrics, a private practice in the wester-suburbs of Chicago. In this role, he oversees and manages all administrative responsibilities for the practice.
Fiercehealth, Medical Economics, AMA News, and Medscape have spotlighted Brandon. He has also contributed articles on practice management to Pediatric Consultant 360 online, KevinMd.com and AAP News. Brandon has been a faculty member for the American Academy of Pediatrics, National Conference and Exhibition – as well as local AAP chapters – lectured at the Pediatric Institute Conference and other industry events.
As a business management consultant, Brandon works closely with organizations to help them become competitive, sustainable and healthy. He excels at quickly framing business problems, prioritize root causes and lead multidisciplinary teams team both in strategic and implementation engagement.
Brandon and his wife Joanna live in Chicago. They have three children, Brianna, Alexandra, and Alan. When Brandon is not busy with parental duties, analyzing Salud Pediatrics account receivables or coaching leadership teams, you can find him writing professional bios in the third person.
Attracting new talent for your pediatric practice means new opportunities to expand your office and increase patient satisfaction. Check out these tips from our CEO, Susanne Madden, and PCC on how to attract top healthcare candidates.
"What is it that you're trying to build? What are you trying to create? Ask the candidate how their experience and their personality and their education fits with what it is that you're trying to do. That's going to drive your culture. It's going to drive your mission, and it's going to drive your vision."
Check out these tips to manage cash at your medical practice better!
'When it comes to money handling you can never have too many fail-safe protocols in place. The most important thing to remember is to never allow cash to be too accessible to staff. What I mean is that you need to have protocols in place that tell your staff, "this is not yours, and it is off limits." Never provide an opportunity for a decision to be made by a staff member that could jeopardize your bank account.'