Vice President

Kevin Kappel


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Vice President

Kevin brings over ten years of experience in the healthcare industry providing strategic advice to range of clients on issues related to public policy, clinical model design, population health management, clinical integration, service line planning, and digital health strategic planning.

Prior to joining Healthsperien, Kevin was an Engagement Manager for The Chartis Group. In that role, Kevin worked with community health systems, academic medical centers, and state and foreign governments to support strategic initiatives including strategy development, project management, and financial modeling. Projects included: the development and implementation of a strategic plan to build a regional destination center for the neurosciences for a community health system, including developing the pro forma financial statements and assisting with co-management agreement negotiations with an independent physician group; working with the public health agency of a foreign government and a private company to create a business plan for a public-private partnership establishing a regional health information exchange; and the development of an enterprise digital health strategic plan for a top 10 academic medical center, including creating an integrated model anticipating changes in utilization, costs, and reimbursement with the deployment of 5 core digital health platforms across clinical departments.

Before joining Chartis in 2015, Kevin spent several years at the Mintz Levin law firm in Washington, D.C., in a variety of roles and responsibilities. His projects involved developing policy solutions for home health, hospice, payer, and non-profit clients interested in implementing new healthcare models with a focus on integrated and accountable care for patients with serious progressive chronic conditions. It was at Mintz Levin that Kevin helped establish the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care. He has also advised the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership on issues related to organizational structure, coalition development, and public policy. With partners at NCMLP, Kevin co-authored a chapter of the textbook Poverty, Health, & Law: Readings & Cases from Medical-Legal Partnership.

Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service and Science & Technology Policy from Georgetown University and a Master of Business Administration from the Columbia Business School – Columbia University.