Senior Vice President, Network Development
Princeton HealthCare System
Mark Jones is Senior Vice President, Network Development, of Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS), with primary responsibility for refining and implementing PHCS’ physician alignment strategy.
Mr. Jones joined PHCS in 2008 as the President of the former University Medical Center at Princeton. He remained in that position through the transition to the new hospital in Plainsboro until becoming Senior Vice President, Network Development, in April 2014.
In his new role, Mr. Jones works to strengthen and direct PHCS’ physician enterprise. He also is responsible for developing and implementing new revenue models that will better align insurers, area employers, physicians and the hospital.
Before PHCS, Mr. Jones served in senior leadership roles at Holy Redeemer Health System, an integrated health system that includes a 303-bed acute care hospital, two senior housing facilities, totaling 421 skilled beds, 118 assisted living units, 250 independent living units, a 200-unit, HUD-funded housing development; home health agencies in two states; transitional housing; an age-restricted living community; and a physician services organization. For several years, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Holy Redeemer system. Mr. Jones previously was Vice President of Operations at Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) in Baltimore, Md., and held executive positions at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and Geisinger Medical Center.
Mr. Jones earned his first advanced degree at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he received a master’s degree in Biology. His second master’s degree, in Hospital Administration, is from Columbia University, New York. Mr. Jones graduated from Edinboro University in Pennsylvania, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in biology. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He served as the Chair of the American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania’s Montgomery County Branch Board and a member of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter Board from 2000 through 2008.