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Christopher oversees all of Advisory Board’s health care strategy and finance research, including the firm’s flagship membership program, the Health Care Advisory Board. During his 10+ years with Advisory Board, he has authored numerous studies of best practices designed to preserve operating margins, develop optimal capital and partnership strategies, and improve revenue cycle and supply chain operations. Christopher is a health care financial analyst by training, and has a special focus on hospital and health system financial management.
Christopher received his MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland and earned a bachelor of arts from the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the Advisory Board, he was the editor of The Healthcare Investment Letter—an investment newsletter covering publicly traded health care companies and targeted at individual investors—and has written extensively for the late Louis Rukeyser’s investment advisories, with a specialization in health care firms.
Academic Medical Centers,
Vice President, Executive Insights
Advisory Board's Christopher Kerns and Amanda Berra provide this week's top 10 takeaways on Covid-19, focusing on the international response to the pandemic. Here's what you need to know now, and what's likely to happen next. More
Advisory Board's Christopher Kerns and Amanda Berra provide this week's top 10 takeaways on Covid-19, focusing on how the epidemic has altered the payer market. Here's what you need to know now, and what's likely to happen next. More
Stay up to date on the COVID-19 epidemic. This week we’ll discuss the future of telehealth reimbursement, the technical needs that still need to be met, and how remote technology is poised to remake primary care.
Join us this week to learn how health systems, payers, and other players in the health care sector can meet the financial and emotional needs of front line clinicians while acknowledging the continuing business challenges that most of the industry still faces during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.