stephen-gelineau-camden-groupStephen D. Gelineau

Senior Principal Consultant
Eastern Health Care Advisors
Marblehead, MA
(978) 317-7432

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Steve Gelineau is a nationally experienced strategic advisor who works with top healthcare executives, governing boards and clinical leaders involved in re-conceptualizing and transforming their organizations and developing a sustainable, high performing future. He has strong expertise in strategy development and implementation, leadership alignment for strategy execution, service line portfolio growth, strategic medical staff issues. Mr. Gelineau also specializes in healthcare affiliations, mergers, acquisitions, and network formation, including RFPs and partner identification and selection, affiliation feasibility studies and healthcare system development.

Mr. Gelineau has completed over 330 consulting engagements with leading national healthcare organizations, regional healthcare systems, academic medical centers, community hospitals, specialty care providers, medical group practices, not-for-profit, faith-based and for-profit healthcare companies. He has also facilitated more than 210 strategic planning retreats for clients.

Prior to becoming a healthcare advisor, Mr. Gelineau acquired 15 years of healthcare management experience including posts on the executive staff of an academic medical center, a health system, and several community hospitals.

Steve lectures throughout the healthcare field and is a highly rated speaker. He served as faculty for the American College of Healthcare Executives for 12 years, and often presents to state healthcare associations, national and regional groups and executive forums.

He holds a Master of science degree in Management, and a Bachelor of science degree in Organizational Development from the Lesley University School of Management in Cambridge, MA.

Stephen has contributed his expertise to the articles listed below.

Geographic Expansion Is a Continuing Saga

Deborah Borfitz

// By Deborah Borfitz // A report from the Center for Studying Health System Change, published in the April edition of Health Affairs, concludes that hospitals are shifting their competitive focus to strategies that will give them a foothold in new geographic areas with well-insured populations. Under debate is how the employed strategies, ranging from Read More