Casi Roethler

As part of the enterprise and physician strategy practice on Sg2’s Intelligence team, Casi works with strategy leaders, boards of directors and executive teams to understand the impact shifts in the health care environment will have on their organizations.

Casi has specific expertise in enterprise strategy planning and execution, value-focused health care organizations, health care disruption, and how venture capital and private equity are impacting the broader health care landscape. She serves as a faculty member of Sg2’s strategic planning course, providing workshops and presentations for members in service of developing all types of health care leaders into more strategic and future-oriented thinkers. Casi is a blue-sky thinker and enjoys collaborating with leaders to consider a multitude of strategic options, focusing on the innovations and strategies that will have the most impact to their community and mission.

Prior to joining Sg2, Casi acquired over 10 years of health care experience, predominantly spent in operational and program development roles in large health systems. Much of that time was spent focused on financial turnarounds, value-focused operations, leveraging analytics for performance, and innovations around new care models and programs to meet market needs. She has worked with numerous clinical service lines including orthopedics, neurosciences, primary care (including pediatrics), mental health, hospital medicine, and medical specialists such as urology, podiatry, and dermatology. Most recently, Casi worked for a pediatric mental health start-up, and prior to that she worked with the executive team at Ochsner Health as a leader and chief of staff in its strategy office. She brings a widely varied background and perspective to her role at Sg2 and is excited to join a team that will continue to predict the future of health care.

Casi received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Northern Iowa and a masters of health administration and masters of business administration (corporate finance) from the University of Iowa. When she is not forecasting the future of health system strategy, Casi enjoys exploring new places and getting outdoors. Her base of operations is ever-changing—ask her where her current home base is when you meet her.