Vice President of Comprehensive Care Management, Baylor Scott & White Health- Central
Matt Boettcher is the Vice President of Comprehensive Care Management for the Central Texas Division of Baylor Scott and White Health. Boettcher oversees all case management, social work, and utilization management services for 11 acute care hospitals, clinic social work services, post-acute case management and social work, interpretation services, and charity/indigent care services. He is also a senior consultant for The Center for Case Management, where he has served as an interim case management director, educator, and implementation specialist, along with completing assessments of hospitals and healthcare systems’ case management/social work departments. Boettcher is a frequent national speaker and subject matter expert on topics such as social work and nursing partnerships, healthcare for undocumented aliens, and integrated service delivery models. He has contributed to 5 different Case Management Monthly articles along with publishing a research article and contributing author for a social work in healthcare text book. He has been a national speaker across the country more than 15 times along with 3 national webinars. He has been a field instructor for Arizona State University School of Social Work and participated in the field advisory board. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas, and a master of social work degree from Columbia University School of Social Work in New York.
Boettcher specializes in speaking on nursing and social work partnerships in case management, how to determine the best model for hospital and outpatient care management, medical repatriation of foreign nationals, development of a charity care model, readmission and length of stay strategies, and integrated care strategies.