Jennifer Jefferson is the Managing Principal of the Clinical Operations consulting business for GE Healthcare’s Performance Solutions. Jennifer is responsible for leading the delivery organization in the US that works with hospitals and health systems to provide safer and more efficient care to patients.

Jennifer began her career with GE Healthcare’s Performance Solutions in 2004 as a Sr. Consultant delivering engagements for healthcare clients that resulted in increased access to care and a reduction in cost, primarily related to the utilization of the largest fixed asset in healthcare – the physical capacity to care for patients.

Most recently, Jennifer was a Senior Consulting Manager in the Clinical Operations practice. She led the consulting team for the Central and Western US and was responsible for the development Performance Solutions’ Stroke System of Care model. In this role she developed relationships with strategic clients for GE Healthcare such as the future show site for Patient Care Capacity Management, which is St Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in Houston.

Prior to joining GE, Jennifer worked for Global Healthcare Exchange, a platform for e-commerce in the healthcare supply chain. She worked with major MD&D manufacturers to electronically integrate purchasing activities for hospital materials management systems. She holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Recent Posts by Jennifer Jefferson

Why Capacity Management Is Critical To Hospitals’ ACA-Era Success

If you ask any hospital executive to talk about their top five priorities, he or she will likely reply that reducing expenses and increasing efficiency is one of them. Interestingly, though, a large percentage of these executives consider effective capacity management to be a lesser priority,...

December 17, 2012Hospitals, Payment Policy