About the President

About the President:

Bill TenHoor has been developing businesses, markets, products, governmental programs and public policy initiatives for over twenty-five years. Bill formed his consultancy in 1997 to meet the contemporary challenges of clients who are leaders and innovators in healthcare delivery systems, many of which must reconcile the varied and often conflicting philosophies, reimbursements and operating requirements of both public and private payers. A client says of Bill, “you would be hard pressed to find a consultant with higher integrity, energy, creativity and perspective to help solve your most compelling problems and achieve what you need to achieve.”

Bill formed TenHoor & Associates following three years as a Board Member and Senior Vice President for Business Development for a $50 million psychiatric hospitals holding company. In the immediately preceding five year period, he and several colleagues formed Green Spring Health Services, Inc., now the nation’s largest behavioral healthcare company (Magellan). During his tenure as a corporate officer with responsibilities, successively, for product development for the BlueCross BlueShield market, for sales and marketing, and for government services, he grew company revenues from $3M in 1990 to $200M in 1995.

Green Spring Mental Health Services was one of Bill’s clients at Unison Corporation, a management consulting company formed by Bill and two colleagues. Between 1987 and 1990, Unison provided information management, research and business development services to the healthcare industry. During his leadership at Unison Corporation, he won over $100 M in new business for clients, developed the Nation’s first mental health policy electronic bulletin board, and conducted numerous other engagements. Prior to entering the private sector, Bill served in management and executive positions in the Federal Government, including a four-year period as the senior policy manager for mental health, aging, and human development for three successive Secretaries of HHS. Bill developed and managed NIMH’s Community Support Program (’76-’80) and led the division of training and development at the U.S. Administration on Aging (‘84-’87). Bill has many publications and is a speaker at professional and trade organization conferences.