Ethan Arnold

Co-Founder & President at The Chartis Group

Ethan Arnold is the Co-Founder and President of The Chartis Group. For more than 25 years, Mr. Arnold has worked with healthcare providers and payors to improve their overall strategic position and operating performance. His clients include the most prominent academic medical centers and physician practice plans such as: Northwestern Medicine, The University of Pennsylvania Health System, Beth Israel Lahey Health, The University of Chicago Medical Center, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, University of Texas Health at San Antonio, Indiana University and The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Mr. Arnold has also worked at large integrated medical groups like Atrius Health and community health systems. Mr. Arnold's work is concentrated in the areas of: improving organizational underlying economics through strategic and operational improvements and improving overall organization alignment. Before founding The Chartis Group, Mr. Arnold was a Partner at CSC Healthcare and its predecessor, APM Management Consultants, where he developed tools and methodologies in several different areas, including: turnarounds, process centered redesign and patient access and throughput. He has worked closely with senior leadership and physicians to help them execute significant and sustainable performance improvements. Mr. Arnold has presented at numerous conferences on physician compensation, funds flow and alignment, process centered management and overall trends in provider organizations. He has worked with several boards facilitating planning retreats and workshops on key strategic and operational issues facing provider organizations and is a current board member for Guthrie Health, a health system in northern Pennsylvania.


  • Co-Founder & President

    Current role

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