David Hullum

VP, RGP Healthcare

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21
Years' Experience

Expert in revenue cycle transformation, electronic health record process, risk and controls, and healthcare operations. Opinion maker in healthcare technology digital integration. Passionate problem solver. Car enthusiast.

David’s Perspective

If you don’t know and understand how human capital, technology and process integrate, you won’t be able to unlock the potential for efficiencies.

More About David

With over two decades of experience, David joined RGP in 2020. He earned his bachelor’s in accounting and finance from the University of Texas at Tyler. A former CFO, his passion for helping clients optimize healthcare can be traced back to watching his mother break barriers in her own career. Starting as a registered nurse, David’s mother went on to become a chief nursing officer for a very large healthcare organization. Today, David lives in Dallas, Texas, where he enjoys learning about cars and cooking.

3 Questions

What sort of disruption has happened in your career that has spurred personal and professional growth?

From early on I enjoyed accounting because there are rules and laws that govern the practice. It’s predictable. But soon I realized I needed a bigger challenge; I needed something less predictable. After being exposed to healthcare clients early in my career, I changed course, leaving behind predictability for something more disruptive. It was so rewarding to discover there were a great number of challenges in the healthcare industry that I was curious about and that I was uniquely poised to help solve.

What does human agility mean to you?

In a business sense, human agility means being able to correctly identify your next move, then thoughtfully change direction.

What excites you the most when you think about the future of work?

Especially in the area of healthcare, I’m excited about the potential the industry has for becoming more intuitive. With access to big data, there are huge opportunities to create more standardized and effective care delivery, driving better clinical practices and healthier outcomes.

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