B. E. Smith has established partnerships with leading healthcare organizations nationwide. These alliances thrive because the firm shares your vision, drive and commitment to high-quality service. It is a shared focus on quality that enables B. E. Smith to exceed expectations, deliver industry-leading results and build lasting partnerships. In fact, 93% of healthcare organizations say they will utilize B. E. Smith services again.
National and Regional Partnerships
Quality healthcare starts at the community level, which is why B. E. Smith is proud to partner with healthcare associations, hospital associations and community groups in your region. Regional Vice Presidents and thought leaders are honored to share industry knowledge, the latest healthcare trends and best practice methodologies with associations such as ACHE, AONE, ASHHRA, HFMA, and the AHA. If you would like B. E. Smith to participate in your upcoming event, please contact Allison Murphy for national events or Cody Burch for regional events.
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) is the professional organization for chief information officers and other senior healthcare IT leaders. CHIME and B. E. Smith have partnered to provide valuable resources for healthcare organizations and IT professionals in the areas of leadership development, workforce planning and career management.
UHC and B. E. Smith have a powerful partnership, providing an advantage to academic medical centers every time the firm places an executive leader in your organization. Additional economic and value-added benefits are available to your organization by using the combination of Executive Search, Interim Leadership and Management Consulting.
Association of Executive Search Consultants
The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) represents the only recognized seal of quality for retained executive search consulting and is comprised of an elite group of top-tier firms. AESC members adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and Professional Practice Guidelines affecting all aspects of executive search.