Chuck Warnick to Retire from KHA
Thursday, December 19, 2019 2:11 PM
Today, KHA staff celebrated the long and successful career of Chuck Warnick, Vice President of Data Analysis and Planning. He will retire at the end of the year, but will continue as a consultant to the Association for its strategic planning process in 2020.
Warnick joined KHA in 2007 to oversee the operation of the Discharge Data Set Program and has been instrumental in the development and the statewide use of KHA InfoSuite, the state database decision support tool available to members at no extra cost. Warnick has also developed and produced countless reports and data analysis to assist the membership and to support KHA's representation and advocacy efforts.
Before joining KHA, Warnick with Thomson Healthcare in Franklin, Tennessee, overseeing all the company's consulting support projects using standard and custom application data sets. He also spent 12 years with Baptist Health as the Director of Planning at Baptist Health Louisville (then Baptist Hospital East) and Baptist Health La Grange (then Baptist Hospital Northeast). Warnick lead biannual strategic planning for both facilities, had the responsibility for all certificate of need matters and wrote the hospital business plans.
He also spent time working at Frankfort Regional Medical Center (then HCA Kings Daughters Memorial Hospital), Baptist Health Madisonville (then Regional Medical Center) as well as Good Samaritan Home and Shive Nursing Centers (both in Indiana).
Warnick has served on numerous professional boards, committees and societies throughout his career, and the Kentucky Healthcare Strategy Forum presented him with the 2006 Wade Mountz Visionary Award.
KHA is grateful for Chuck Warnick's years of commitment to hospitals throughout Kentucky. Please join the staff in congratulating him on a successful career and wish him a happy retirement!