As a leader on Sg2’s technology and innovation team, Chris provides guidance on the implications and relevance of virtual care in the health industry. He also interprets the impact of emerging technologies on the health care landscape and advises US and international organizations on how best to leverage these offerings within their broader enterprise strategy. Additionally, Chris delivers on-site presentations on virtual health and collaborates with Sg2 Consulting to bring an innovation perspective to projects.

Prior to joining Sg2, Chris was a key member of Northwestern Medicine’s Innovation team, leading the development and execution of pilots and projects focused on integrating technologies into clinical service lines in inpatient and outpatient settings. These far-reaching initiatives impacted important strategic areas, including patient experience, access to care, clinician experience, care coordination, and chronic and complex care management.

Previously, he worked with the Cleveland Clinic/Notre Dame Alliance program to lead a team developing the comprehensive business plan for a predictive analytics software tool. This solution will allow organizations to more accurately allocate resources to patient populations in need, as well as provide preventive care to patients at risk.

Chris received his MBA from the Mendoza College of Management at the University of Notre Dame and his BS from the University of Massachusetts.