Matt Kilton

Associate Principal


Services Expertise:

  • Strategy
  • Finance
  • Operations
  • Technology



  • Xavier University Master of Health Services Administration
    Master of Business Administration With a Concentration in Total Quality Management
  • Xavier University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration With a Concentration in Finance

Providing managed care guidance and support to healthcare providers has given me an appreciation for the direct impact that negotiated payor contracts have on an organization’s success. Providers can extend their financial independence and longevity if they’re intelligently working with payors to shape reimbursements that anticipate current and future cost trends. I truly enjoy helping providers navigate this process.

Matt is a highly experienced healthcare executive who has spent more than 20 years leading and advising healthcare delivery organizations. His extensive knowledge of ambulatory surgery center (ASC) reimbursement, coupled with his background managing and working closely with healthcare providers, enables him to win the confidence of hospital leaders as well as the trust of ancillary providers and physicians at a time of increased consolidation and collaboration in the healthcare industry. ECG clients value Matt’s expertise in managed care contracting, and his national perspective enables organizations to devise solutions that are suited to the nuances of their particular market.

Before joining ECG, Matt was a Principal and Chief Operating Officer at Eveia Health. In this capacity, he negotiated sustainably profitable managed care contracts for ASCs, physicians and group practices that own ASCs, and other ancillaries. In particular, Matt often assisted distressed providers in reengineering their managed care relationships and business operations. He helped a number of new ASCs prepare for opening by negotiating reimbursement agreements that positioned them for immediate as well as long-term success. Matt also worked with struggling centers to renegotiate their managed care agreements to foster a financial turnaround.