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Bill Ingram

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Bill Ingram

Bill Ingram

Bill Ingram is a Managing Director at SCALE Healthcare.
Email: [email protected] Phone: (267) 455-4855

In this role, Billy oversees a range of client projects and focuses on coordinating workflows between his internal team members and SCALE’s other product divisions to provide client oversight and execution. He has worked with various clients throughout the US, advising on a range of specialties including, Primary Care, Cardiology, Nephrology, Emergency Department Staffing, Urology, Mental Health, Women’s Health, Pain Management and Ophthalmology. Amongst these specialties he has helped practices with various initiatives include Business Development, Strategic Planning, RCM Improvement, Ancillary Service Development, Practice Integration and Analytics.

Bill is an experienced strategic operator in the healthcare services space with a background in finance and private equity.  Most recently, Bill co-founded the Motherhood Center, a mental health services company based in New York City. He developed a license agreement with a hospital system, brought on leading experts in the perinatal space, secured an Office of Mental Health license and raised funding to develop and open its first facility. The business currently employees twenty clinicians and administrative staff and treats thousands of post-partum women each year.

Prior to that, Bill was a Member and the CFO of Frontier Healthcare, which developed and managed Article-28 licensed ambulatory surgery centers. In addition to his CFO duties, his responsibilities included overseeing the development and management of the ASCs as well as recruiting and syndicating to additional physicians.

Before that, Bill worked as an associate at ZelnickMedia a New York-based private equity firm focused on the media space where he was involved in the take-private of Alloy, Inc. Prior to that, he worked as an Investment Banking analyst at Jefferies, in the Leveraged Finance group.

Bill studied at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Melbourne, where he obtained a dual bachelor’s degree, majoring in Economics and Genetics.