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Alexander Muckerman


St. Louis

Services Expertise:

  • Strategy
  • Finance
  • Operations
  • Technology



  • Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis Master of Business Administration
    With a Focus on Healthcare Consulting and Management
  • Georgetown University Bachelor of Arts in Economics
    Bachelor of Arts in Art History


  • Project Management Institute, Inc. Project Management Professional

Healthcare providers are currently navigating through a period of radical industry change. The ability to identify best practices, both within the health sector and externally in other industries, is critical for providers to maintain competitive advantages in dynamic markets. Having the opportunity with ECG Management Consultants to add value to those organizations providing essential care services to our community is extremely rewarding to me.

Alex is an accomplished healthcare management consultant and business professional with more than seven years of combined experience in ambulatory strategy, project management, medical group operations, provider compensation, revenue cycle management, and concierge medicine practice models. He has a passion for studying research-driven business theory and adds value to partnering healthcare providers by applying proven operational best practices to meet patient demands and generate financial returns. Alex’s business acumen and healthcare industry knowledge base, coupled with his experiences in process improvement, operations management, and concierge medicine practice transitions, make him a valuable asset in helping providers design practical solutions to complex problems.

Alex provides ambulatory strategic planning advisory services and conducts data-driven performance evaluation and improvement opportunity assessments for clients seeking to grow their market position, enhance provider engagement, increase patient access, improve patient satisfaction, innovate their revenue models, and optimize their cost structure. Recently, he served in an interim management role at a health system in the Midwest employing over 750 physicians to redefine its overall ambulatory strategy and standardize optimal operational policies and procedures across its clinics and practices. Through his efforts, the health system achieved economies of scale in support services and continued to realize operational efficiencies after the project’s conclusion.