Carol Dorn Sanders
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Industry Consultant

Carol Dorn Sanders, MA, joined the SAS Center for Health Analytics and Insights (CHAI) as an Industry Consultant in February 2011, bringing to the team more than 17 years of health care experience. She started her career in health care in 1991 as director of marketing and program development at HCA Highsmith-Rainey Memorial Hospital in Fayetteville, N.C., where she was instrumental in launching the obstetrics and pediatrics units at the facility, in addition to building its network of owned physician practices. After leaving the hospital, Carol established an independent consulting practice in Raleigh, which focused on setting up physician practices, as well as practice management. Over the past decade, she has held marketing and communications leadership positions in the medical malpractice insurance and health information technology industries. She is currently president-elect of Triangle Healthcare Executives’ Forum—the local chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Carol has a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s degree in communications and leadership.

Recent Posts

Big data gets personal on individual health – Part II

If you’ll remember, the first words of Part 1 of my blog about genetic testing were: “The buzz is starting to brew for 23andMe….” Little ... Read More

Big data gets personal on individual health

The buzz is starting to brew for 23andMe – the genetic testing company that launched in 2006. You may have learned about the company recently ... Read More

Are you ready for new health care payment and delivery models?

For more than two decades, we’ve read and heard about the unsustainable costs associated with our complex and fragmented health care system. We’ve attempted to ... Read More
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