Kyle Worthy

Creative Director and Senior Consultant

Kyle joined MaxWorth Consulting Group in 2007 as a plan consultant and marketing specialist. Since that time, he has developed integrated communication strategies that employ a combination of delivery systems focused on the healthcare industry. His expertise includes creative project management, digital communication, brand development and client relationship management. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Clemson University and brings over 12 years of experience in marketing and client development to our team.

As an active member of the community, Kyle has served on the Charlotte Latin School alumni governing board and is a current member of the Clemson Alumni Association. He lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife Mica.

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Benefit offerings can help your practice safeguard its autonomy

By Kyle Worthy | November 25, 2020

Benefit offerings can help your practice safeguard its autonomy Many physicians enjoy the autonomy provided by private practices. A 2019 McKinsey survey reported that 79% of small independent practitioners and 67% of large independent practitioners cited autonomy as a major factor in their choice to remain self-employed at a time when physician employment is on…

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COVID exasperates the issue of physician burnout. To help your providers, start with a conversation

By Kyle Worthy | November 11, 2020

COVID exasperates the issue of physician burnout. To help your providers, start with a conversation. MaxWorth works with many hospitals and health care providers in rural communities. We’ve observed first hand the kind of stress these facilities face due to physician shortages. It’s not uncommon for physicians in these communities to be on call nearly…

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The cascading impact of call coverage disputes

By Kyle Worthy | September 28, 2020

The cascading impact of call coverage disputes By: Kyle Worthy In early September, Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno, CA was given 48 hours to resolve a contract dispute that had resulted in the loss of neurosurgery coverage in their emergency department. If they had failed to resume coverage, they would have lost their designation…

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