Director, Planning & Business Development
Princeton HealthCare System
Milind Khare is Director, Planning & Business Development at Princeton HealthCare
System. Mr. Khare is responsible for facilities management and space planning. He is also the designated project liaison for the replacement hospital facility project and in that capacity has coordinated and managed several internal and external resources working on this major project which is currently in the construction phase. Mr. Khare works on developing business plans for new programs and services, financial analysis/ projections, program assessment and tracking tools, and reviewing and analyzing results. He also provides decision support to the executive management with ad hoc analysis of operational or financial performance. He has worked on implementation and management of strategic initiatives and identified new initiatives with the objective of cost containment, revenue enhancement and process improvement.
Prior to joining Princeton HealthCare System, Mr. Khare worked with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young LLC (CGEY) for five years in the healthcare consulting practice primarily on supply chain management and strategic sourcing projects at multiple hospitals and health systems across the United States.
Previously, Mr. Khare worked with Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical Center, New York, in the facilities planning, design and construction department as a Project Manager participating in a variety of hospital facility improvement projects. At Mount Sinai, Mr. Khare coordinated numerous projects involving facility reorganization/relocation of multiple departments within the hospital. He also assisted in the $1.5 million design of a large-scale facility reconfiguration. In addition, Mr. Khare conducted facility audits and assisted in the development of a facility master plan.
Mr. Khare received his master’s degree in health care administration from Baruch College (City University of New York); his master of architecture degree from University of Oklahoma and his bachelor of architecture degree from University of Bombay, India. Mr. Khare lives in Pennington with his wife, Madhurani Khare, MD, and two children.
Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS) is a nonprofit organization that includes University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, Princeton House Behavioral Health, Princeton Rehabilitation, Princeton HomeCare, University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro Surgical Center, and Princeton Medicine. PHCS is a
joint venture partner in Princeton Endoscopy Center and Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center locations in Princeton and Plainsboro. University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro is an acute care, teaching community hospital and a university hospital affiliate of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. It is a clinical research affiliate of Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, the only facility in the state designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute. PHCS also operates several additional affiliates including Princeton HealthCare System Occupational Medicine Services, Princeton HealthCare Management Services, and Princeton Medical Properties. The system has more than 3,000 employees, approximately 45 residents and fellows from the Robert Wood Johnson Residency Training Programs, and an active medical staff of 1,000 physicians and dentists.