Eric supports Sg2’s Intelligence team by driving innovative market analytics frameworks and models and providing unique market analyses and strategic recommendations to Sg2 members. His work focuses on service line evaluation and strategic planning, strategic prioritization, enterprise growth planning, facility forecasting, customized research, post-acute care development, partnership evaluation, and strategic visioning for providers.
During his tenure at Sg2, Eric has collaborated with a wide range of providers across pre-acute, acute and post-acute sites of care as well as life science organizations, specializing in custom analytics and innovative model development. He has managed projects for numerous academic medical centers, large integrated delivery networks and multihospital providers with assets across the continuum of care. He has extensive experience utilizing Sg2’s proprietary data sets to create forward-looking models around clinical, resource and human needs.
Eric earned a bachelor of science in chemical and biomolecular engineering, with a concentration in nanotechnology, from Johns Hopkins University. While there, he researched the development of self-cleaning technology via self-assembling nanolayers created through various vapor and liquid deposition techniques.