Strategic Radiology’s Officers and Executive Committee take a collaborative approach to leadership by crafting and implementing policy that is approved by its Board of Managers, which meets four times a year. Members from each core practice comprise the coalition’s Board of Managers. Strategic Radiology is 100% radiologist owned.
Arl Van Moore Jr, MD, FACR, is chair and chief executive officer of Strategic Radiology, with responsibility for the coalition’s strategic vision. Dr. Moore has a long, luminary career in practice leadership and has held many leadership roles in organized radiology. He is the former long-time president of Charlotte Radiology in Charlotte, North Carolina, past chair of the American College of Radiology (ACR) Board of Chancellors, past president of the ACR, and a fellow of the ACR. He served as a nuclear engineer in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Service and after obtaining his MD degree at University of Arkansas School of Medicine, he completed a radiology residency and fellowship at Duke University Medical Center, where he remains on the radiology department teaching faculty, where he is clinical assistant professor of radiology at Duke. Dr. Moore has published several papers and book chapters and also has been actively involved in the American Medical Association. He was awarded the ACR’s Gold Medal in 2011.
Ronald J. Ruff, MD, serves as secretary of Strategic Radiology and is the president of Mountain Medical Physician Specialists (MMPS), based in Murray, Utah. He is a board-certified radiologist specializing in diagnostic MRI, angiography, and vascular and Interventional radiology. Dr. Ruff completed his radiology training at University of Utah School of Medicine and went on to complete two fellowships, one in neuroradiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine and one in vascular and interventional radiology at Emory University School of Medicine. MMPS provides inpatient and outpatient radiology and vascular surgery services to multiple hospitals and private clinics in Utah.
Scott A. Bundy, MD, is a neuroradiologist with Radiology Associates of North Texas (RADNTX), PA, a 180-member, physician-owned private practice radiology group based in Dallas-Fort Worth. He graduated with honors from Southern Methodist University with a BS in bio-medical engineering and graduated cum laude from the Creighton University School of Medicine. Dr. Bundy completed both his radiology residency and a fellowship in neuroradiology at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas. He joined Dallas Radiologists, PA, out of residency in 2001, and shortly thereafter became a member of the executive committee.
In 2010, Dr. Bundy helped orchestrate the multi-practice merger that formed RADNTX and has been a member of the Board and Executive Committee since it was founded in 2011. He currently serves as the chair of business development, a member of the operations committee, and medical director for both PineCreek Hospital and Northstar Diagnostic Imaging Centers. He has served on numerous hospital committees, including the Physician Leadership Council for Texas Health Resources. In 2015, Dr. Bundy was appointed to represent RADNTX on the Board of Managers for Strategic Radiology (SR). In 2017, he was elected to SR’s Executive Committee and currently serves as its Secretary.
Eric C. Ferguson, MD, joined Huron Valley Radiology in 2003 and has held the position of its president since 2006. In addition to his administrative duties within Huron Valley Radiology, he is an active physician leader in Southeast Michigan serving in both the local multispecialty physician organization and as a board member of the practice's primary hospital. He remains a practicing radiologist specializing in body imaging and musculoskeletal imaging. After receiving his undergraduate and medical degree from the University of Michigan, Dr. Ferguson completed both his radiology residency and a cross sectional imaging fellowship at University of California at San Francisco. He is board certified in radiology.
W. Kent Hansen, MD, PhD, has served as president and chief executive officer of Northwest Radiology Network, P.C., since 2014. He also serves as Chair of Diagnostic Medicine for St. Vincent Hospital and Health Services 86th Street Campus, Indianapolis. Dr. Hansen completed a combined MD/PhD program at Indiana University Medical School, where he earned his PhD through the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. He completed his residency and a fellowship in musculoskeletal radiology at the Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis. Dr. Hansen is a member of the Radiological Society of North America, American College of Radiology, American Roentgen Ray Society, Indiana Radiological Society, Indianapolis Medical Society, and Northwest Radiology Emergency Services.
Christopher G. Hedley, MD, is the president of The Hill Medical Corporation and Medical Director of Radiology at Huntington Hospital, where he recently served a two-year term as chief of staff. He has been a member of the Strategic Radiology Executive Committee since 2013, and also serves as lead physician on the Marketing Committee. His expertise is in the field of interventional radiology and body imaging. He joined the medical staff of Huntington Hospital in 1990 and was instrumental in establishing a highly successful interventional radiology department, including development of the hospital’s Uterine Fibroid Embolization program. Dr. Hedley received his medical degree from the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, where he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. He completed his residency with a fourth-year emphasis in angiography, MRI, and neuroradiology and completed his internship and radiology residency at Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center. He completed his fellowship training in body imaging and interventional radiology at LAC/USC Medical Center.
William Keyes, MD, is a practicing neuroradiologist with Inland Imaging in Spokane, Wash. He has been a member of the Executive Committee of Strategic Radiology since its founding and currently serves as the lead physician for Strategic Radiology’s Quality Committee. Dr. Keyes has served as the medical director of the Neuroscience Service Line for Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center for a number of years and recently completed a term as the president of its medical staff. He is active on several hospital committees and currently serves as the chairman of the Professional Practice Evaluation Committee. Dr. Keyes is past president of the Western Neuroradiological Society and an active board member of Inland Imaging Investments, Inc., having served as its president from 2007 through 2010. He received his medical degree from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine and completed his radiology residency at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He completed two years of neuroradiology fellowship at Iowa and the University of California, San Francisco
Lisa is a certified healthcare professional in health care quality. She has more than 30 years experience in health care, progressing from bedside to C-suite. She was present at the formation of Strategic Radiology as a Chief Administrative Officer for a large group in the Southwest. She spearheaded the formation of the Strategic Radiology Patient Safety Organization (SRPSO) and leads the quality and safety activities to support the network. She is President and founder of Crowne Healthcare Advisors, which provides health care consulting and support for large medical groups and health systems around quality, safety, and strategic planning.
James Whitfill, MD, is an internal medicine physician by training, with a fellowship in medical informatics. He spent a decade working for radiology practices in the Southwest and was present at the formation of Strategic Radiology. He assisted Strategic Radiology in initiating its successful after-hours final read program and helped inaugurate the Strategic Radiology CIO workgroup. Dr. Whitfill is CEO and founder of Lumetis, which provides radiology informatics and support for large medical groups and health systems around value-based care. That work has led him into population health management. Dr. Whitfill is the current Chair of the Board of Directors of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine.
Randal Roat is chief operating officer of Strategic Radiology, advancing its mission of quality through collaboration since 2012. An expert in radiology revenue cycle management, compliance, and operations, Mr. Roat began his career in medical software development and launched The TriMed Group in 1989, a developer and provider of radiology billing and practice management software. He transacted the sale of that company to CBIZ/MMP in 2007, and subsequently served as its national Vice President of Radiology Services. Upon joining Strategic Radiology, Mr. Roat’s first project was facilitating the development and listing of the coalition’s Patient Safety Organization. He has held national leadership positions with the Healthcare Billing Management Association and the Radiology Business Management Association, which granted him the Calhoun Award. Areas of expertise include strategic planning, organizational governance and management, and mergers and acquisitions.
Matt has more than 40 years of experience in the healthcare industry, including owning his own healthcare consulting firm, three years as director for a healthcare consulting firm, and more than twenty years as a financial officer in both proprietary and non-profit healthcare systems. His areas of expertise include capital planning, long-range strategic financial planning, financial feasibility studies, due diligence assessments, business process redesign planning, rate structure analysis, productivity analysis, and financial information systems. He is partner at the Financial Resource Group, Dallas, Texas, since 2000.