Medical Advisory Board
Clinical Specialties and Hospital Programming
A merican Health NY

Dr. Satchi Hiremath sits on the Medical Advisory Board in teh areas of Clinical Specialties and Hospital Programming for American Health.

Doctor Hiremath completed his combined undergraduate and MD degree from the University of Missouri Kansas City in a compressed 6-year program. He subsequently completed his Diagnostic Radiology Residency at the Cleveland Clinic and a Fellowship in Interventional Radiology at Johns Hopkins, where he served on the faculty in the School of Medicine. He joined a multi-hospital practice in California where he served as Director of Vascular and Interventional Radiology and Radiological Director of the California Vascular Institute, while holding a faculty appointment at the University of California, San Francisco.

He was subsequently recruited to Chicago to start and grow a Vascular and Interventional Radiology program within a hospital system that had the largest capitated health care program in the southern half of Chicago, negotiating provision of professional services with a large exposure in early-stage Population Health. He went on to serve as Chairman of the Department of Radiology and a member of the Board of Directors of MacNeal Hospital.

He was subsequently asked to join a 5-hospital integrated delivery network in southern Wisconsin, which grew to a 10-hospital system. In addition to serving as the System Vice President for Imaging and Interventional Radiology, he was responsible for two large scale change management projects in transforming Imaging and Anesthesia into a system employed model at the quaternary hospital of the system. He served on the Board of Directors of the Aurora Health Care Medical Group and was named VP of Hospital Based Specialties Clinical Programming.

He is currently charged with the creation of a system service line structure for provision of clinical services, incorporating legacy Advocate and Aurora Medical Groups into a 26-hospital system for Hospital-Based Specialties, representing 25% of the 5,600 employed physicians and advanced practice clinicians in the 9th largest Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) in the U.S. His responsibilities include developing best practice standards, uniform system performance dashboards and driving safety, health outcomes and patient experience. Advocate Aurora Health is a 26-hospital system with 75,000 employees in IL and WI. He was recently elected to the Advocate Aurora Medical Group Governing Council, charged with shaping strategy and clinical programming for the enterprise.

In his role, he oversees and facilitates development and integration of hospital-based physician practices, serving as the primary physician administrative liaison to ensure safe, high quality, comprehensive and cost- effective health services in the areas of Anesthesia, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Hospitalist Medicine, Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care, Palliative Care and Radiology. He functions as the key liaison between physician and operational leaders and is the hospital-based specialties clinical officer for both WI and IL.

Satchi is an avid watch and art collector. He enjoys travel, music and cooking, having attended culinary academy. He is an equestrian, riding English hunt saddle on his prize Arabian horse, Serious Michieva, the Canadian National Reserve Champion.