SHO Direct is a new network design created for Indiana employers. It brings together 10 high-quality, low-cost community health systems that work together to expand access to care and lower costs for employees and employers.
Suburban Health Organization (SHO) is a leader in Indiana and Indianapolis area provider recruitment and offers physician practice opportunities in systems in suburban and rural locations.
Suburban Health Organization is accredited by the Indiana State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education to physicians. Additional programs available for nurses.
Suburban Health Organization works to position its hospital members and the patients they serve for success under risk-based reimbursement models while improving the health of our communities.
SHO hospitals work together to reduce operating expenses by leveraging economies of scale through shared service and group purchasing arrangements.
SHO hospitals work together to achieve shared clinical goals through provider education, shared provider opportunities, and accountable care arrangements aimed toward increased quality outcomes and decreasing cost of care.
Suburban Health Organization serves its members by providing a collaborative forum to facilitate desired integrations and outcomes, while allowing care to remain local and preserving deep-rooted ties to hospital communities.
Welcome to Liz Leising and Kelly Braverman
Please join us in congratulating SHO’s two newest CEOs.
Liz Leising has been appointed as Margaret Mary Health’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Leising has been serving as Interim President and CEO since September 2021. “We are thrilled to see Liz advance into her new role at Margaret Mary Health. Her strong clinical background and proven ability to build key strategic partnerships will make her an important asset to both the hospital and SHO’s collaborative model,” commented Dave Lippincott, President of Suburban Health Organization.
Kelly Braverman was announced as President and Chief Executive Officer on December 1, 2021. Ms. Braverman comes from a local healthcare system with eighteen years of experience. Mr. Lippincott added, “We are excited to have Kelly join our SHO network. Her extensive background working in a major health system will bring great value to our SHO collaborative model.”
We look forward to welcoming Liz and Kelly formally to the CEO Roundtable.
Click here to read the announcement by Margaret Mary Health.
Click here to read the announcement by Witham Health Services.
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