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.

Related Resources

The Politics of Pay

By Kyle Worthy | February 6, 2020

The Politics of Pay Why nonprofit hospitals boards must be prepared to defend their executive compensation By: Kyle Worthy Competition for healthcare executive talent is on the rise. This is evidenced by reports that the average tenure of a hospital CEO is only 5.6 years and that 67% of executives who leave their organizations are…

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Ambulance diversion and the struggle to secure 365 coverage

By Kyle Worthy | February 4, 2020

Ambulance diversion and the struggle to secure 365 coverage By: Kyle Worthy Last week, a bill was introduced in congress that would require hospitals to report instances of diversion. Failure to do so would result in funding cuts. Diversion is the practice of turning away ambulances when an emergency department is full. The practice has…

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Healthcare leadership and the illusion of transparency

By Kyle Worthy | January 30, 2020

Healthcare leadership and the illusion of transparency By: Kyle Worthy As we discussed last week, physician burnout is a pressing issue in healthcare right now. Doctors have cited a lack of recognition and appreciation as a contributing factor to the growing problem. Having a strategy in place for demonstrating appreciation might be more important than…

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