Tim MoranStrategic Planning

Tim Moran is an experienced strategist, consultant, and facilitator who helps boards and executives give shape, context, and definition of strategic change.

Over his thirty-year career, Mr. Moran has guided boards, executive teams and clinical leaders through system strategic planning. Mr. Moran has facilitated boards and executive teams to modify governance structure, national-to-regional board alignment, and governance-management accountability. He has led executive initiatives to refine complex corporate operating models, the design of support services and corporate decision rights.

Working alongside finance, operations and clinical leaders he has developed and co-led integrated strategic-financial planning processes, which included multi-year and annual capital allocation of $1B+. In this role, he has shared oversight of project management functions across national and regional business units. And in the rapidly changing healthcare market, he has led the development of disruptive micro-strategies, including digital partnerships, retail, value-based alliances and other innovations.

His extensive experience in strategic assessment, planning, and implementation in large organizations has led him to further work in strategic leadership development, organizational capacity and change management. “A compelling vision, clear strategies, and detailed metrics are all critical components of the planning equation. But successful, market-shifting change also involves a personal awareness one sees among exceptional leaders,” Moran said. “These executives demonstrate an awareness of the changes they must make in their leadership to continually engage the passion and energy of others in unlocking organizational capacity and value.”

Most recently, Mr. Moran served as System Vice President for Strategic Planning and Alignment, with Catholic Health Initiatives, a national not-for-profit health system operating in 18 states, with annual revenues of $15.5 billion.

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