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Meagan O'Neill

Manager

Washington D.C.

Services Expertise:

  • Strategy
  • Finance
  • Operations
  • Technology

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Education

  • Harvard School of Public Health Master of Science in Health Policy and Management
  • University of Maryland Bachelor of Science in Marketing
    Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

One of the reasons I went to graduate school was to gain a better understanding of opportunities to improve the healthcare delivery system. At ECG I am able to directly apply and build on this expertise as I help clients manage the dynamic period of health reform implementation. My work at ECG allows me to stay on the forefront of industry innovation as I work alongside organizations pursuing meaningful changes in the cost, quality, and efficiency of healthcare.

Blending her policy background and analytical expertise, Meagan helps clients take advantage of opportunities in their markets to improve the delivery of healthcare. Meagan's experience with strategic initiatives across the healthcare industry helps her clients gain a comprehensive understanding of the issues they encounter and identify actionable and lasting solutions.

Meagan has nearly 10 years of experience working in consulting and project management for healthcare organizations. At ECG, Meagan assists providers with strategic and financial planning on initiatives related to service line development, organizational restructuring, and business and affiliation planning. Meagan’s detailed understanding of key service lines, combined with her systems-level work on broader strategic initiatives, enables her to approach the complexities of program planning from a health system viewpoint.

Meagan is an emerging leader in the firm’s Oncology practice and has led dozens of oncology engagements spanning a broad range of project types, including planning, affiliations, transactions, physician alignment models, and financial analysis. She is passionate about helping cancer organizations navigate the challenges of a rapidly evolving field and evaluate opportunities that will ultimately lead to more sustainable and successful programs.