Mike brings over 15 years of health care strategy and consulting experience to his role as principal at Sg2. He has worked across all aspects of the provider continuum and has developed strategies and led engagements for community hospitals, integrated delivery networks, academic medical centers and independent provider organizations. He contributes to thought leadership in the areas of hospital–physician alignment, clinical integration, value-based reimbursement and health care disruption.
Mike’s consulting work has focused on innovative projects, including the development of some of the first clinically integrated networks in the country, the expansion of community-based medical groups and provider networks on behalf of academic medical centers, and transformational strategic plans for health systems and community hospitals. An emphasis on physician relationships and alignment strategies that are designed to improve the financial results and clinical delivery capabilities of each organization has been common among these innovative consulting projects.
Prior to joining Sg2, Mike was a principal for Dixon Hughes Goodman in the National Strategy Practice, and he held multiple positions at Charis Healthcare. He started his health care career working at St Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston.
Mike received his bachelor of science degree in business administration from Boston University.