I chose to pursue a career in healthcare because of the many challenges facing our system and the direct impact the successes and failures of the industry have on people’s lives. Working for ECG provides me the opportunity to help address those obstacles, while working alongside the top minds in the industry.
Dan’s background in compensation planning and funds flow design is valuable to academic healthcare organizations as they focus on aligning their clinical enterprise to support sustainability across all missions in response to payment reforms, rising cost pressures, and an increased focus on quality outcomes. ECG clients value Dan’s analytical skills and his ability to construct a reliable, data-driven approach to solving the challenges facing their organizations.
Dan’s work has centered on compensation planning, financial management, and organizational funds flow. In particular, he has assisted in the assessment and implementation planning efforts of a faculty compensation plan for the basic and clinical science departments of a large college of medicine. Before joining ECG, Dan worked in Rush University Medical Center’s Office of Medical Affairs, where he created and managed operational reports that focused on improving productivity, quality metrics, and exam room utilization in more than 40 ambulatory clinics.