Meet Joel Gardiner
Principal, Deloitte Consulting
Enhanced business performance requires the focused alignment of people, processes and technologies. For more than 25 years, Joel Gardiner’s career has been devoted to boosting bottom line results through improved revenue generation and cost management.
Joel has helped clients radically redesign their revenue generating processes; design and implement people and technology strategies; change cost structures; create new operating models and shared service arrangements; develop new visions of where to position businesses over the long term; and execute merger and acquisitions. Joel has also served as executive adviser and coach to CEOs, CFOs and COOs of large, complex organizations.
Joel speaks and writes frequently on issues related to revenue cycle management and performance improvement for health care providers. He has been a selected guest speaker for numerous HFMA and other trade groups as well as guest faculty for the Community Hospital Medical Alliance and Health Care America national forum.
Joel serves as the National Practice Leader for Deloitte Consulting’s Revenue Cycle Management Practice for Health Care Providers.
Organizations and Affiliations
- Member, Health Care Financial Management Association, Massachusetts Chapter, Co-chair, Education and Research Committee
- Member, Bentley University Executive Club
- Board Member, Pleon Yacht Club, Marblehead, Massachusetts (the oldest not-for-profit youth-run yacht club in the United States)
- Former Board Member, Big Brother Big Sisters of America
My Areas of Specialization
- Health Care Providers
- Selected Life Sciences Companies
Latest Media Hits
The Economy Busting Revenue Cycle: 5 Top Issues Facing RCM and What to Do About Them
HealthLeaders Magazine | June 2009
Joel shares his perspective on issues facing health care providers regarding revenue cycle management.
"Ninety-nine percent of people at all levels show up for work every day wanting to do a better job and achieve better results; sometimes they just need a little help."