Joey Chan works on the Strategy and Execution team at the Health Assurance Transformation Corporation (HATCo). His work focuses on transformation planning and the development of an enabling vehicle to advise and spread the HATCo’s transformation thesis – a true partnership between caregivers, innovators, and capital will help healthcare organizations to be more vibrant and sustainable and therefore, better equipped to serve everyone in their communities with greater impact.
Before joining HATCo, Joey held a number of positions at the Cleveland Clinic Health System in the Ohio and Florida markets since 2014. He started as an administrative fellow and was later appointed as the enterprise’s first Director of Workforce Planning and Integration to develop and execute workforce strategies for over 27,000 nursing caregivers and integrate seven acquired hospitals into the nursing enterprise. Most recently, Joey served as a senior director to activate, operate, and scale clinical/provider operations in Cleveland Clinic’s new Florida market.
Joey graduated from University of California, Berkeley with a BA in Economics. During his time at Cal, he chaired and grew the International Student’s Advisory Committee that focuses on service and advocacy. Joey received his master’s degree, concentrating in Healthcare Management from Yale University and served as a senator on the Yale Graduate Student Assembly.
Growing up playing rugby, Joey admires the physicality and humility of the sport. Joey resides in Florida with his wife and their toddler. You will often find the couple going for a walk with their son in the park and soliciting parenting advice.