Mr. Fegan has almost 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, holding both senior operational and technology positions in payer companies, large hospital-based health system, as well as in private and public medical groups. Both in the United States as well as in the United Kingdom. Most recently Mr. Fegan has focused more on the technical side of healthcare, functioning as what he terms an “Operational CIO,” meaning he splits his time with the operational and clinical sides of the business, helping to implement and maintain the systems in operation. This unique approach to the CIO role, combined with past operational experience, enables Mr. Fegan to provide innovative health care technology solutions across the continuum of care, that actually meet the needs of the business.
After working for most of his career in corporations Mr. Fegan moved into consulting in the summer of 2015, with the goal of working with ACO’s, medical groups, payers and government entities to assist in their transition or exploration of new value-based payment models of health care. In his consulting role, Mr. Fegan has tackled a number of major projects:
Mr. Fegan took on a one-year contract as CIO at Privis Health, a small healthcare technology start-up company. His role was to take their Minimum Viable Product platform and mature it into a marketable fully functioning pop health/care management product that could be used to manage large populations from basic CCM functions, up to a full risk population.
Mr. Fegan took an 18-month contract with Ascension Health, together with the other leaders, acting as the interim executive leadership team as they sought to develop their 9,000+ provider Medical Group from a multi-state hospital-based group of docs, into a single national entity. At Ascension Medical Group Phil worked as their CIO for the term of the contract working to develop a national technology roadmap for the group.
Prior to consulting Mr. Fegan worked as CIO for both P3 Health Partners and Davita Healthcare Partners, both large organizations that managed Medicare Advantage populations in a full risk environment. In his role as CIO Mr. Fegan was responsible for the development of a technology roadmap that would continue to build on the foundation of empowerment for both the care team, and the patients they served.
In the United Kingdom Mr. Fegan worked at Standard Life Healthcare, the UK’s fourth largest provider of private medical insurer, in various roles. Mr. Fegan began his health care career at the British United Provident Association in their Birmingham regional branch, and then
promoted to run the Manchester claims payment office.
Mr. Fegan completed his education in the UK before immigrating to the United States in 1997. He is married, with three daughters and lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.