Atlanta, GA – Core Clinical Partners is proud to announce the appointment of Casey Crane, MBA, RN, BSN, as its new Senior Vice President of Operations. With nearly 25 years of experience in healthcare, Casey will bring a wealth of expertise to Core and ensure that each of our hospital partners continues to receive the same outstanding service for which Core is known.
“We are extremely excited that Casey has decided to join us as we continue to add new contracts for HM and EM services,” said Core CEO Dr. Boykin Robinson. “Having worked together previously, I know our hospital partners will be well served by Casey’s expansive experience at a national level, her passion for continuous improvement, and her commitment to excellence in operations.”
In her previous role as the Executive Vice President of Clinical Support at ApolloMD, Crane was responsible for all front-end revenue cycle operations across more than 100 hospitals. She has more than 13 years of experience in leadership, building clinical operations infrastructure, and team development.
At Core, Crane will work directly with on-site Directors and their client hospitals to ensure that we continue to provide the very best emergency medicine and hospital medicine service to every hospital partner.
Crane is an active member of several professional organizations, including the Georgia Association of Healthcare Executives, the American Association of Healthcare Executives, Healthcare Business Women’s Association, and the American Academy of Professional Coders. She is also an executive mentor to young women entering the workforce after motherhood and women seeking higher-level positions. She currently serves as the Co-Chair for the Emergency Department Practice Management Association (EDPMA) Quality Coding and Documentation Committee.
In her free time, Crane enjoys running, hiking, yoga, and spending time with family.
About Core Clinical Partners
Core Clinical Partners is a hospital-based physician services company founded on the principles of partnership, transparency, and clinical alignment, overseeing 30+ emergency medicine and hospital medicine programs in 7 states serving more than 650,000 patients annually. In a market where outsourced groups have become vendors to their hospitals and staffing agencies to their clinicians, Core does things differently by developing unique models at each site that align with the needs of both the facility and the clinicians. By combining the capabilities of a national group with the kind of individualized, on-the-ground service usually only found in smaller groups, Core is able to guide hospitals and health systems on their journey toward top-tier metrics and outstanding patient experience.