Aurora Young is National Managing Director & Service Line Leader with the Physician and Advanced Practice Provider Services service line of Gallagher’s Human Resources & Compensation Consulting practice. Ms. Young has worked in the healthcare consulting field for twenty years.
Ms. Young’s consulting is dedicated to helping clients better align their physician and advanced practice provider compensation systems, improve the financial performance of the physicians’ practice, and ensure regulatory compliance. Her areas of focus include the audit, design, and implementation of physician and advanced practice provider compensation models, market research and surveys, total compensation compliance audits, and performance management system redesign. In addition, Ms. Young assists clients in the review and development of compensation strategies for physicians in leadership and administrative roles.
Her client base is national in scope and includes large multi-specialty clinics, integrated healthcare systems, stand-alone hospitals, critical access hospitals, academic medical centers, and children’s hospitals.
Ms. Young also serves as a Gallagher thought leader by authoring whitepapers, conducting webinars, and speaking at national conventions. She has appeared at events including: MGMA Annual Conference, Convergent Care Strategy Symposium, UCAOA Urgent Care Convention, CPCA Webinar Series, APG National Conference, and Gallagher’s Physician Compensation and Leadership Forum.
Prior to joining the Physician and Advanced Practice Provider Services practice in 2006, Ms. Young served as an HR consultant, assisting clients in the review, design, and implementation of staff and leadership total compensation and performance management programs. She also developed and managed Gallagher’s survey business line, which produces some of the industry’s leading surveys on healthcare compensation.
Ms. Young holds a Bachelor of Economics degree and an Master of Business Administration degree from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.