Our team consists of a diverse group of talented professionals that come from many discipline of business and medicine. We provide the unique ability to address the clinical and business needs of all healthcare organizations.
To improve and enhance the healthcare practices and businesses of our clients.
To effectively combine a thorough knowledge of medical and clinical practice with pragmatic business solutions.
In all our professional and business interactions
To our clients, our business, our partners, our associates, and to the ideals and demands of professionalism
To our clients and customers to assist them in growing their practices and businesses effectively for those they serve
In our pursuit of knowledge with quality innovative solutions and effective, pragmatic business motifs
For 35 years, we have served health systems, hospitals, medical groups, and business executives in the pharmaceutical and medical device arenas, as well as a host of other legal and financial investors in the areas of strategy, business development, and program development referable to healthcare delivery.
Our more recent offerings have heavily focused on executive coaching and peer to peer interaction to assist in building leadership teams knowledgeable of the healthcare arenas in which we work.
We understand the business of medicine as well as the science of medicine. Importantly, almost all our advisors and colleagues have clinical as well as business backgrounds. We focus on organizational issues dealing with the people involved in making healthcare business ventures successful.
We also have a broad spectrum of experience in the board room and bring our perspectives and healthcare delivery experiences to those bodies engaged in cultivating the next era of physician leaders through coaching and mentorship programs referable to board activity.
A graduate of Princeton University, Dr. Riner attended Cornell University Medical College and received his internship and residency training at The New York Hospital/Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He performed his specialty training in cardiovascular diseases at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and has received formal business education at the Olin School of Business at Washington University, Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University, and Harvard University in Boston.
He is also a Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study on International Business Development at Washington University. He is a former graduate medical education program director and has had over 15 years of private medical practice experience before devoting himself entirely to the business of medicine and healthcare. He continues as a member of numerous specialty societies and academies and serves on several public and not-for-profit boards.
His diverse experiences within the healthcare field, having practiced and served as advisor within every facet of medicine (academic/private/solo/small-large group) and also having served at senior management and governance levels within large health systems and large healthcare companies provides unique vantage points and skills resulting in his being a frequently requested speaker, advisor and consultant for educational institutions, health systems, industry and other components of the business and healthcare community.
A Message from Dr. Riner
We are living in fast-changing and evolving environments. Healthcare delivery is heavily impacted by these changes. The marvelous wonders of science and technology have opened, and will continue to open, new vistas – hopefully for the betterment of mankind. It is in this environment and milieu that impactful, sustainable anchors to our systems of healthcare delivery, our business practices, and the people who work in these environments become even more important. In a world of constant and rapid change, flamed by the advances in science and technology, we need more than ever to be reminded and prepared to navigate the future with an awareness that no alignment of science and technology with humanity can be achieved in absentia of a deep knowledge of our humanity and without the requisite infrastructure to anchor our technological, scientific, and human interactions for the benefit of all mankind. This is where we work. This is our focus. This is our source of gratification – to do so successfully and for the betterment of those to whom we provide these services.
“The best interest of the patient is the only interest to be considered, and in order that the sick may have the benefit of advancing knowledge, a union of forces is necessary.”
William J. Mayo, M.D.