Philip Betbeze joined Lovell after nearly two decades as a nationally recognized health care journalist. He now supports clients with media relations, thought leadership strategy, strategic positioning and corporate communications planning.
As a former senior editor with HealthLeaders Media, Betbeze covered emerging business models, analyzed financial trends and dissected federal policy. He has particular expertise in the areas of hospital and health system consolidation, acute-to-post-acute care transition strategy, value-based reimbursement, ACOs, narrow networks, patient-centered care, telehealth, population health and health modality interconnectivity.
Prior to his years with HealthLeaders Media Betbeze served as an editor at the Nashville Business Journal. His work has been recognized by the American Society of Business Publication Editors and the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors.
Betbeze graduated cum laude from Mississippi State University with bachelor’s degrees in both English and Economics. He enjoys auto restoration and mechanical hobbies, motorcycling, cooking and coaching sports teams for his children.
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