Anne Carter, MBA

Anne Carter

Grant Services Consultant




Education: Anne received her Master in Business Administration from the Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the College of St. Elizabeth with a Bachelor’s degree in English. She also attended the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service with an emphasis in International Affairs.

Experience: Anne’s background spans over thirty years of leadership positions in the healthcare industry. She has worked with academic medical centers, health systems, and community hospitals.  Her experience also includes executive positions in the home health industry, the managed care industry, and the healthcare professional and patient education business segment. She served as Vice President of Operations and Regional Vice President for the largest hospital/health system management company in the country and as a Strategy Director for it hospitals. During her fifteen years at the company, Anne provided strategic and operations consultation for hospital and health system clients and acted as project manager for multi-disciplinary consulting and turnaround engagements. She also spearheaded and implemented an initiative to establish a service delivery model for the company’s largest client hospitals and health systems that provided them with value-added services, networking activities and additional resources to meet their needs as complex integrated systems.

Using her broad range of expertise, Anne has consulted with clients on strategy, physician/hospital alignment, governance issues, clinical integration, culture change, service line development, affiliation/collaboration and regional development, post-acute services integration and technology acquisition. She is currently serving on the Technology Task Group of the Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI) which establishes guidelines for designing and building healthcare facilities across the country. Anne also received training in the Lean methodology from the Virginia Mason Institute and developed strategies for the adoption of Lean in hospitals and health systems.

As a thought leader in the healthcare industry, Anne has authored white papers, articles, speeches and presentations on topics including  healthcare reform, value-based care, bundled payments, innovation in healthcare delivery, strategy development, physician alignment, Lean strategy development and culture change, and physician engagement in process improvement.

Grants Awarded:

CMS Healthcare Engagement Network 2.0