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Jeff Terry, MBA, FACHE

Jeff Terry, MBA, FACHE

Global CEO, Clinical Command Centers
Dallas, TX

Jeff Terry built and leads the Clinical Command Centers group for GE Healthcare Partners. His innovative team delivers transformational change to help top-performing healthcare organizations achieve even better outcomes and efficiency by reengineering clinical operations and imagining, designing, building, and activating healthcare command centers. This model has consistently yielded 4-to-1 ROI in only two-to-three years.

By using Hospital Digital Twins to target system redesign, and Decision Support Tiles to prescribe real-time action with predictive information, GE’s groundbreaking clinical command centers help hospitals reinvent how they do business. At the heart of the clinical command center process is serving the caregivers who deliver lifesaving patient care.

Jeff has created a growing ecosystem of clinical command centers clients in the US, UK, and Canada working together to innovate and improve healthcare. The team is also active in Saudi Arabia, France, Brazil, Mexico, Belgium, Ireland, Sweden, Australia, the United Arab Emirates, and India.

Since joining GE in 2001, Jeff has led a number of strategic initiatives and solutions in Six Sigma, clinical asset management, clinical operations, healthcare strategy, and patient safety.

Prior to GE, Jeff served as a combat engineer Lieutenant and then Captain, in the US Army's 1st Armored Division, with whom he deployed to Kuwait. Jeff brings his military training to his work at GE with an emphasis on teamwork to succeed in critical missions.

Jeff holds a BE in electrical engineering from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from Marquette University. He is a Six Sigma Black Belt and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. His insights have been published in Forbes, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Modern Healthcare, Beckers, Healthcare Executive, Healthcare Financial Management, HealthLeaders, Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare, and on National Public Radio.

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