Ms. Riegel is a vice president with The Camden Group. With more than 20 years of healthcare experience, she specializes in strategic planning and business advisory services. She is a speaker on healthcare trends and growth strategies and has published numerous articles. She recently wrote a white paper on Accountable Care Organizations (“ACOs”) that was published by The Governance Institute. She has over 13 years of consulting experience with Ernst & Young and The Camden Group. Ms. Riegel has assisted clients with strategic planning, board and management retreats, facility master planning, business plans, and feasibility studies for various organizations, including academic medical centers, community hospitals, physician groups, MSOs, HMOs, long-term care facilities, and integrated delivery systems. She has also advised on joint ventures and physician-hospital alignment strategies, and led the development of new Knox-Keene licensed health plans, as well as the expansion of health plans into new markets (e.g., Medicare).
Prior to joining The Camden Group, Ms. Riegel was responsible for planning, business development and physician recruitment for Providence Health and Services’ facilities in the Little Company of Mary Service Area. Within the service area, she supported two general acute care hospitals, a 50-member physician group, hospice, home health, sub-acute, and long-term care facilities. Ms. Riegel was also the vice president of planning and business development at CHW California Hospital Medical Center and the Daughters of Charity’s St. Vincent Medical Center in downtown Los Angeles. In these roles, she was responsible for strategic planning, master planning, service line business plans, physician recruitment, marketing plans, and developed and enhanced centers of excellence.