Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 8 am PT | 11 am ET

In a world where healthcare is increasingly delivered beyond the walls of a hospital, acute-care providers must be strategic in how they grow - or risk losing once-reliable revenue. In this webinar, featuring healthcare strategy experts Michael Shipley and Hank Neuhoff, both of data analytics company Stratasan | Syntellis, we'll:

  • Explore the cause and effect of care-setting shifts on hospitals;
  • Examine the impact of shifts from in-patient (IP) to out-patient (OP) and ambulatory surgery centers (ASC) on common procedures; and
  • Look at how data-driven projections can inform market-specific strategies to help hospitals and health systems manage shifts and secure revenue.

Michael_Shipley_1About Our Presenters:
Michael Shipley
is a Senior Product Manager at Stratasan, where he leads the team that created, maintains, and enhances Stratasan’s Projections product line. He has worked in healthcare analytics since 2002 and offers expertise in strategic planning for healthcare providers, including analytical models used to estimate and forecast healthcare utilization. Previously, Michael was a Senior Product Manager for strategic planning products at Truven Health Analytics/IBM Watson Health. He lives in Chicago and holds degrees from University of Illinois, McNeese State University, and DePaul University. Michael loves spending time outdoors with his wife and two very energetic sons. He also enjoys skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, playing trumpet, and singing Gregorian chant.


Hank_NeuhoffHank Neuhoff is Vice President of Healthcare Strategy at Stratasan. In this position, Hank works to improve process efficiency for Stratasan’s Strategic Resources Group and finds innovative ways to provide value to healthcare analytics company's customers. In his previous work, Hank handled technical and customer support at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where he also earned a degree in Business Administration. A resident of Nashville for 25 years, he is a musician, playing around town when he can. Hank also loves to play golf and enjoys the Nashville restaurant scene.