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Georgia Casciato, FACHE


Georgia Casciato Healthcare Consulting Inc.

Georgia Casciato is president of Georgia Casciato Healthcare Consulting Inc. She has 30 years of strategy, marketing and sales results, delivering growth and business development success for health systems, physician organizations, primary and specialty networks, wellness and occupational health providers, health associations, consulting firms, for-profit health companies, technology firms, and retail health companies. She has competencies in strategic planning, marketing, sales and business development, market penetration strategies, strategic partnerships, executive sales, community outreach, patient acquisition, physician referral, product launch, merger and acquisition support, market research, public relations, advertising, event marketing, e-commerce, sales training, and staff development.

Ms. Casciato has extensive experience leading client teams as a contracted executive for marketing, communications, sales, business development, special projects and product launches. She has served or currently serves on numerous boards and committees. She is the only woman to have been elected twice as president of Chicago Health Executives Forum. Ms. Casciato is a frequent speaker at healthcare conferences, authors thought leadership articles for industry publications and was recently named as an adviser to ACHE’s Healthcare Consultants Forum. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in communications, public relations and journalism from Southern Illinois University and has completed significant coursework toward her Master in Business Administration degree from the Keller Graduate School. Ms. Casciato is board certified in healthcare management as an ACHE Fellow.


Healthcare Consultants Forum Session: Executive Decision-Making and Team Alignment in a Digital World

Presented by Georgia Casciato, FACHE, Kelly Jo Golson, John Squeo, CHCIO at 3:45 PM on Monday, March 22nd.

This panel discussion will address the changing workplace and impact to a health system’s internal decision-making and relationships with large and specialized consulting partners. It will include robust discussion on best practices; service expectations; value proposition; best work models for internal, external and hybrid teams; and the role of technology and communication. The session will…