As a consultant, clinician and healthcare leader, Linda Reeder brings a powerful combination of practical experience and strategic insight to organizations of all sizes. She has a sustained record of accomplishment in the areas of clinical technology strategic planning and deployment, clinical informatics, quality improvement, operational optimization and organizational change management, innovative/evidence-based care delivery models and program development.
She specializes in leveraging technology for cost-effective high quality client services and care transformation.
Linda draws on over 25 years of strategic planning, quality improvement, business development, health information technology and diverse clinical background, as well as experience and accomplishments in senior management positions. Linda has worked with a wide variety of organizations, including:
- Nationally recognized health systems and academic medical centers
- Multispecialty provider groups, clinics and small hospitals
- Fortune 500 companies and small businesses
- National and regional non-profit organizations
- Complex county and state health and human services agencies
- Global and start-up healthcare technology companies
- Health plans and managed care organizations
- Leading healthcare e-commerce/digital health companies
- Health Information Exchanges (HIE)
She served as President of the Washington State Association for Healthcare Quality and President of the Foundation Board for the largest hospice in the Pacific Northwest. Linda has also been published, interviewed and profiled in national publications such as Modern Healthcare, Case Management Advisor and Healthcare Technology Management.
She received her Bachelor of Science degrees in Nursing and Industrial & Systems Engineering from the University of Washington, as well as her Executive MBA degree. She holds Fellow status with both the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), along with several professional certifications. She is certified as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. Linda has also served on the national executive Board for the premier healthcare technology association and developed award-winning care management programs.
Linda has been a leader in clinical informatics nationally. She has been a member of multidisciplinary national task forces on informatics and developed informatics college curriculum which have been adopted by other campuses across the country.
Her regional, national and international presentations address health and human services technology, care transformation and related topics. Thousands of attendees from provider organizations and professional associations, as well as academic, non-profit, public sector and employer groups have benefited.
The company she founded, Envision Consulting, is located in Seattle, Washington where she continues to provide services for clients across the country.