Mark is a national expert in strategy development and facility planning for healthcare organizations, with an emphasis on helping providers capitalize on emerging innovations. He has more than 35 years of healthcare consulting experience and has directed engagements for healthcare organizations throughout the nation, including health systems, community and teaching hospitals, academic medical centers, ambulatory care providers, post-acute care organizations, health plans, and physician organizations.
Mark’s work focuses primarily on strategic planning for hospitals and health systems, ambulatory care center strategy and facility development, enhancing the effectiveness of clinical service lines, mergers and alliances, and alignment. His experience includes:
Previously, Mark was senior vice president at a nationally recognized healthcare consulting firm, and a leader within the planning and business advisory practice. Prior to joining that firm, Mr. Dubow was the president of another healthcare consulting firm. Before that he was a senior manager in the national healthcare consulting practice of a Big Four accounting firm, where he led the South/West Region of the firm’s Accelerated Solutions Services, and was Director, Strategic Planning Services, for the South/West Region.
Mark is a frequent speaker for organizations including the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. He has collaborated with a broad array of law and other professional firms in presenting seminars on a array of healthcare industry subjects. Mark teaches “Hospitals and Health Systems of the Future: Transforming to Thrive” on behalf of the ACHE for executive nationwide on a quarterly basis. He has been published in books and more than 30 articles on a wide variety of topics.
Mark holds an MBA degree from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science degree in public health, with an emphasis on healthcare planning and policy, from UCLA, and a bachelor’s degree in biology from Colgate University.