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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Physician retention hinges on communication

By Kyle Worthy | March 12, 2021

Physician retention hinges on communication The rise in hospital employment, combined with physician shortages, has made physician recruitment more competitive than ever for hospitals. Many are struggling to find ways to distinguish themselves in a crowded and heavily regulated market.    Given the amount of resources going toward recruitment, it came as a surprise when…

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Struggling healthcare organizations need sustainable solutions

By Kyle Worthy | February 25, 2021

Struggling healthcare organizations need sustainable solutions The economic impact of the pandemic has been hardest on hospitals in rural and underserved communities, many of which were already struggling to remain viable due to pre-pandemic financial strain.     Mercy Hospital, the oldest in Chicago, announced this week that it has filed for bankruptcy. Mercy is…

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A practice transition strategy that safeguards autonomy

By Kyle Worthy | February 10, 2021

A practice transition strategy that safeguards autonomy The prevalence of mergers and acquisitions in the healthcare community is showing no signs of waning. The 2020 Kauffman Hall M&A report stressed the remarkable nature of the fact that M&A activity remained “within historic range” during the pandemic when healthcare organizations were focused on immediate pressures brought…

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