As a leader on Sg2’s Consulting team, Matt is focused on physician-hospital alignment, value-based care strategies and strategic planning, both service line–wide and enterprise-wide. He has experience in the design, development and implementation of accountable care organizations, clinically integrated networks (CINs) and comanagement agreements.
Prior to Sg2, Matt served as senior manager within the National Strategy Practice of Dixon Hughes Goodman (DHG). In this role, he designed a CIN playbook for a large regional health system in the Southeast that expanded across 2 states and over 7 different health system partners. He also was involved in several internal cost savings/gainsharing engagements to help health systems, hospitals and large physician groups improve quality and reduce costs. Furthermore, Matt acquired technical expertise in developing funds flow methodologies based on rewards and created through value-based agreements (eg, shared savings, pay-for-performance, capitation).
Additionally, Matt previously worked in the performance improvement consulting division at Ernst and Young, where he designed a new operating model for a state health care agency. He also worked with numerous health systems on meaningful use attestation requirements. Matt has written extensively on clinical integration, funds flow methodology, risk-based payments, narrow networks and community health needs assessments. His work has been published through DHG and in Becker’s Hospital Review.
Matt holds a master of business administration degree, with a concentration in finance and financial reporting, and a master of science in management degree from Case Western Reserve University. He earned a bachelor of arts in political science from Denison University.