DeLyle Manwaring currently serves as HOPCo’s Executive Vice President of Health System Integration. He oversees the day-to-day operations of multiple hospital orthopedic service lines across the nation and all payment reform and bundled payment initiatives for the organization.
Within these responsibilities, Manwaring led the development and implementation of Bundled Payment for Care Improvement (BPCI) initiative by working with multidisciplinary teams to build the care redesign, physician alignment framework, contracts, data infrastructure and then, ultimately, leading the implementation of these programs. He was also instrumental in initializing the organization’s development of the musculoskeletal risk bearing physician-hospital organization by leading the conceptual development, stakeholder education and approval, and final negotiations and contract development.
Manwaring began his healthcare career at Intermountain Healthcare where he served as the corporate Administrative Fellow and then was given regional responsibility for orthopedics including inpatient joint and spine center and multiple outpatient clinics including sports medicine and orthopedic services, neurological rehabilitation, and hand therapy. Manwaring then went on to develop a successful consulting practice with Stryker Performance Solutions, where he designed and implemented innovative physician-hospital alignment models which drove success under new payment reform for many clients around the country.
His career landmarks include being section editor of the Orthopedic Business Review as well as authoring articles and presentations on healthcare economics and payment reform. Manwaring graduated from the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. He obtained his Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.