Kevin H. Mosser, MD
Senior Medical Consultant
Kevin H. Mosser, MD, is a seasoned health system executive with experience in all facets of quality and operations performance including physician practice management, organizational integrity, quality improvement, culture development, and fiscal discipline. Most recently, Dr. Mosser served as the president and chief executive officer of WellSpan Health. WellSpan Health is an integrated health system of eight hospitals, more than 1,000 physicians, and over 200 ambulatory sites. Over a period of five years, Dr. Mosser seamlessly integrated four new organizations into WellSpan and increased organizational growth from 1.2 billion dollars to 2.9 billion dollars. Utilizing his experience, Dr. Mosser serves as a senior medical consultant for SE Healthcare’s Safety and Risk Management Team. In this role, he provides value to clients through his wealth of knowledge and experience in the healthcare industry, specifically physician burnout and reimbursement.
Over his 30-year career in the healthcare field, Dr. Mosser served in various positions within WellSpan Health. These positions include as the executive director of York Health System Medical Group; the president of WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital; the executive vice president and chief operating officer overseeing WellSpan York Hospital, WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital, the WellSpan Medical Group, WellSpan Speciality Services, and system-wide clinical programs; and the first physician-president and CEO of WellSpan Health.
As the executive director of the York Health System Medical Group, which later became WellSpan Medical Group, the enterprise grew from about 60 doctors to 200 doctors, unified its billing operations and infrastructure, and initiated group wide compensation and quality programs. Dr. Mosser led WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital in improving service, quality, and efficiency. During his time with WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital, the hospital was named as a “Top 100 Performance Improvement Leader” by Thomson Healthcare for two consecutive years.