Leveling the playing field for physician compensation and sourcing decisions

GreenMark Partners exists to equip practitioners and institutions with time-relevant, specialty-specific information to ensure fair valuation and compensation practices.

Leveling the playing field for physician compensation and sourcing decisions

GreenMark Partners exists to equip practitioners and institutions with time-relevant, specialty-specific information to ensure fair valuation and compensation practices.

Leadership

We’re an experienced and highly-motivated team of physicians, technologists and seasoned business leaders driving the strategy behind GreenMark Partners.

As both a practicing physician and attorney, Randy recognizes the need for accurate physician productivity and compensation market research as well as the appropriate use of that information in practice valuation. Randy serves as the Division Chief, Cardiac Surgery at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University and the Director of the Upstate Heart Institute. In addition, he is a practicing health care attorney at Hancock Daniel & Johnson, P.C., where his primary focus is representing physicians and physician groups in transactional matters. 

Randy received his medical degree from Northwestern University School of Medicine, completed a residency in General Surgery at Stanford University and a Thoracic Surgery fellowship at the University of Virginia. Dr. Green holds a JD from Syracuse University School of Law and an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson School of Business.

Before joining GreenMark, Mark was Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Dimension Data, a global technology company. As a member of the company’s executive team, Mark led teams managing the execution of legal and compliance matters and guided a variety of complex cross-divisional operational, strategy and policy initiatives. Mark’s background helps GreenMark focus its mission, accelerate its growth and ensure successful delivery of its capabilities.

Mark earned his law degree from the College of William and Mary School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University.

Stephen brings over two decades of diverse first-hand experience in healthcare – in practice, research and development, operations, strategy and policy – and has a broad perspective on the healthcare system. Stephen serves at the Chief of the Infectious Diseases Division and Director of the Institute for Global Health and Translational Science at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University. Stephen trained in internal medicine and infectious diseases in the US Army at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and worked at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research with leadership roles in Washington, DC, Thailand and Southeast Asia before retiring as the Institute’s Chief Operating Officer.

Stephen holds a medical degree from the Albany Medical College and a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in Biomedical Ethics from Brown University.

Scott has more than 25 years of experience working as a software solutions architect, development manager, and principal developer with several small and large corporations and consultancies. He has led and developed many on-premise and cloud-based solutions in the health and life sciences, financial, and learning management spaces. Scott has deep knowledge in all software life cycle phases of complex web-based, mobile, and client-based applications using big data, machine learning/AI, analytics, and visualizations. He has spent the past 7 years building HCLS solutions using real world, study/trial, payer, and other health care data sets.

Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and has attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Fitchburg State College. He is Scrum Master Certified (Agile methodology) and is working toward a data science certificate from John Hopkins and an Amazon Web Services architecture certification.

Physicians receive free and unlimited access to all specialty-specific, filterable compensation and practice information for their participation.

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