Christopher Cornue is an Advisory Board Member and Consultant for InveniasPartners. Based in Chicago and Seattle, Christopher has dedicated his life to advancing health for all. He has done this through multiple leadership, executive and collaborative roles that have focused on creating needed change within systems, communities, and organizations. Currently, as President & Principal of sláinte global partners (sgp), he leverages these experiences and a cultivated network of partners and change agents to further the best possible health outcomes for patients and communities globally.
Most recently, Christopher served as Navicent Health’s Chief Strategy and Chief Innovation Officer, through which he led the system’s efforts to plan for the future and meet the organization's mission, vision and values. He collaborated with the organization's leaders, caregivers, physicians, community and other key stakeholders to establish and execute on strategy, operations and innovation across the system. Among his key accomplishments, he was a primary architect and leader of efforts to strategically combine with Atrium Health to form the US southeast’s largest healthcare system and elevate healthcare for all.
Throughout his 25 years of service, he leverages his expertise in leadership, operations, strategy, physician relationships, thought leadership and clinical performance both domestically and globally. He has been a thought leader at Sg2 where he led the consulting practice, oversaw the Center for the Future, and served as a trusted advisor to healthcare organizations, working together to create change in healthcare. He was CEO of McKee Medical Center in Colorado, where he led the organization to strong financial performance and top decile performance in quality outcomes and patient satisfaction while creating an engaged workforce. He was Vice president at Sinai Health System, where he held system and medical group leadership, operational and strategic responsibilities. He worked with major academic medical centers nationwide at University HealthSystem Consortium, and held several leadership roles at University of Chicago Medicine.
Christopher has collaborated with international partners to further global healthcare strategies and solutions, and serves as an expert and mentor with the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua). Partnering globally to enrich society through ideas and action, he was named a fellow in the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) in 2017. He is also a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and holds bachelor of science degrees in biology and chemistry and a master of science degree in health services administration from Gannon University.