Meet the Management ~ An Elite Team
Scott Rein is known nationally in the healthcare industry as an expert on the outpatient surgery business. Mr. Rein has spoken at several national healthcare conferences on ambulatory surgery centers; consulted for major academic hospitals on formulating outpatient strategies; and has developed and managed the most profitable surgery centers in the United States.
Mr. Rein is the developer and manager of the Urgent Orthopedic Surgical Support Program for the 2008 US Olympic Team. He is also the founding principal of the Program's managing entity, Strategic Outpatient Solutions ("SOS"), a strategic advisory firm that works with ambulatory surgery centers and hospitals, physicians and clinics to develop and implement solutions that significantly improve the profitability, efficiency, and patient satisfaction of their outpatient services. SOS also works with related outpatient service companies providing industry expertise and strategic direction. The Company's strategies maximize revenues by using a flexible, non-regimented approach that places a priority on patient satisfaction.
Mr. Rein is also the founding principal of Global Elite Surgical Providers ("GESP"), which has created a network of outstanding surgical sub specialists that are interested in international opportunities. GESP's first project is establishing an elective surgical program in Shanghai, China. Inquiries about GESP's project in China or about how to become a member of GESP's team of surgical sub specialists should be directed to SOS. Contact us!
From 2003-2008, Mr. Rein co-founded and was an executive for a national surgery center development and management company for which he was responsible for all aspects of the ASC business. In 2007 the ASC business generated over $85million in revenue in four states employing over 150 people with more than 100 physician partners.
Mr. Rein graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 1988 and joined the law firm of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher. In 1994, he started his own law firm which grew to 25 lawyers before he left to work exclusively in the healthcare industry in 2003. Mr. Rein has served in various capacities on boards for both for-profit companies and non-profits including the Deans Council at Fordham University School of Law and the Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills, CA.
Dr. David Joyner is an orthopedic surgeon, well known speaker and consultant to numerous healthcare companies. He was the Founder, Chair and CEO of Joyner Sports Medicine Institute and former clinical associate professor, Division of Orthopedic Surgery, at the Pennsylvania State University.
In addition to his academic and clinical expertise, Dr. Joyner has served in numerous leadership roles for the United States Olympic Committee’s medical programs including acting as Chair of its Sports Medicine Committee and Head Physician for the U.S.A. team at the 1992 Albertville Olympic Winter Games. Dr. Joyner has also served on the Pan American games Medical Commission. Dr. Joyner utilized his unique background in the sports medicine arena as Chief Medical Officer of the Urgent Orthopedic Program.
Dr. Joyner is a Diplomat with the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and the National Board of Medical Examiners. He is currently a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, the American College of Surgeons, the Arthroscopy Association of North America, the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, the American Medical Association and the American College of Sports Medicine; along with other national, state and local organizations.
Prior to his distinguished medical career, Dr. Joyner also enjoyed an outstanding athletic career. He is a member of the All Time Penn State Football team, and was an All-American in football and wrestling before playing professional football.
Anne Moncure is a leader in the international healthcare field and has over 20 years of healthcare operations experience serving as an executive at major healthcare facilities in the United States, Europe, India and Asia. She was the key liaison between the managers of the Urgent Orthopedic Surgical Support Program for the 2008 US Olympic Team and the Hospital during the planning stages of the Program and throughout the Olympic Games.
Prior to joining Chindex and running their China hospital division, Ms. Moncure served as Managing Director of Indraprastha Medical Corp. Ltd, New Delhi, India. The Hospital was India’s first corporate hospital and the third largest corporate hospital outside the USA. In addition, she served as Executive of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd, the largest healthcare provider in Asia. Prior to then, she was Vice President and Executive Director of Providence Hospital Northeast for Sisters of Charity Providence Hospitals in Columbia, South Carolina. Ms. Moncure is a fellow of the Academy of Healthcare Professionals and earned her MBA from Wake Forest University.