Leisa Maddoux has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare both as a seated executive and as an advisor to senior leadership. Ms. Maddoux’s experience and focus is on margin improvement in healthcare operations, supply chain and strategic operations. She brings a strong background in working with academic health systems, large multihospital systems, boards of directors and physicians to set and achieve aggressive goals based on financial performance, clinical quality and operational efficiency. Ms. Maddoux has expertise in hospital-wide operations, strategic planning for integrated delivery systems, supply chain management, financial management and operations, physician relations, growth strategies and implementation of technology systems.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Ms. Maddoux was the Global and U.S. Health Transformation practice leader at Ernst & Young, LLP. She managed and provided oversight for large transformations and turnarounds in integrated and academic health systems resulting in over $250 million in improvement opportunities per facility. She led and managed large transformation at a prominent West Coast AMC resulting in a $3 million per month positive run-rate change within eight months. Workstreams included clinical models, revenue cycle, supply chain and shared services.
Ms. Maddoux led an engagement for one of the largest health systems in the United States that resulted in more than $200 million in labor productivity improvements over 18 months. She was responsible for the delivery of multiple engagements in Europe and South America resulting in significant margin improvement in hospital systems.
Additionally, Ms. Maddoux was responsible for the development and implementation of shared services strategies including the integration and consolidation of multiple departments within individual hospitals and integrated healthcare systems. This consolidation includes operations, supply chain and financial reporting structures.
Ms. Maddoux holds a B.S. in Finance from Texas Tech University as well as an M.B.A. in International Finance from the University of Dallas.