Todd Sagin is recognized nationwide for his work with hospital boards, medical staffs and physician organizations. He is the national medical director of Sagin Healthcare Consulting and provides guidance on a wide range of health care issues.
Sagin is a popular lecturer, consultant, mediator and coach. He is frequently asked to help hospitals and physicians develop strong working relationships as health care becomes a more integrated enterprise. This work ranges from leadership education to strategic planning, from strengthening medical staff affairs to creating new integration structures and from development of physician compensation models to the mediation of health care disputes. Sagin is a faculty member for organizations including the Governance Institute and the American College of Healthcare Executives. In 2012, he was appointed to the Baldridge Board of Examiners, which surveys health care institutions to recognize exemplary quality performance.
Sagin is board certified in family medicine and geriatrics and has taught and practiced in community hospital and university settings. He has also been active in organized medicine at the state and national level. He serves as medical director of the Pennsylvania Medical Society’s LifeGuard Program, which works to promote the re-entry of physicians into practice and to create remedial interventions for physicians who have developed clinical deficiencies that threaten their licenses.