Kurt Kazanowski is a native of Detroit Michigan and has 20 + years of executive experience in hospice and healthcare systems. Kurt is the Founder of Hospice Advisors and Managing Partner. He received his bachelor’s degree from Mercy College of Detroit, master’s from Wayne State University, and practiced as a public health nurse for many years. Today, Kurt is also the owner of a successful personal care-private duty company in Plymouth, Michigan.
Kurt has a passion for helping health care organizations develop the necessary strategies to improve service delivery, grow market share and enhance profitability.
Kurt works with hospital executives, hospice providers and home care companies in the areas of business development, strategic thinking, sales, and marketing, as well as executive leadership. A few organizations Kurt has worked for include, Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care, VITAS, Trinity Health, Hospice of Michigan and Oncology Home Care Specialists.
In his years as an executive leader, Kurt has acquired a specific set of skills and competencies in creating and executing mission and business objectives, strategic development, referral and growth tactics, merger and acquisitions, physician relations, forming strategic partnerships between hospices and hospitals, and is an authority in functioning as a connector, facilitator, and networker.
Mr. Kazanowski is the author of two books, “A Son’s Journey: Taking Care of Mom” and the eBook, “The Seven Pillars of Growth.” He speaks regularly nationally and internationally, as he values sharing his knowledge and experiences by providing valuable information to organizations. Lastly, he is the owner of Caregiving Experts, a Personal Care-Private Duty Home Care company in Plymouth Michigan.