Lance Robinson is a Managing Director of Kaufman Hall and Leader of the firm’s Revenue and Operations Improvement (ROI) practice, which includes individuals with deep expertise in labor, non-labor, productivity, supply chain, contracted services, overhead, clinical service mix, and revenue cycle management. Mr. Robinson works with hospitals and health systems nationwide to redefine the way healthcare leaders view performance improvement by providing data-driven insights and solutions for achieving widespread and sustainable results.

Mr. Robinson has more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, working on both the provider and consulting sides of the industry. Prior to joining Kaufman Hall, he was a Partner at Berkeley Research Group (BRG), where he led integrated performance improvement engagements and headed the non-labor service line for BRG’s Healthcare Performance Improvement practice. In those roles, Mr. Robinson managed multiple transformational performance improvement and clinical redesign engagements with large multi-hospital health systems, academic medical centers, community hospitals, and other healthcare organizations across the country.

Mr. Robinson previously was a Senior Vice President at MedAssets, where his responsibilities included serving as an advisor on supply chain to large integrated delivery networks. His prior experience also includes serving as Corporate Vice President of Supply Chain Services at Vanguard Health Systems, Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Manager at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young.

Mr. Robinson earned both an M.B.A. in Accounting, and a B.S. in Health Care Management and Accounting from the University of Alabama.

All Specialties:

Mergers & Acquisitions, Clinical Analytics & Variation, Reporting & Analytics, Revenue and Operations Improvement (ROI)