Michael is responsible for leading the organization with a focus on growth strategy efforts and partner relationships. Prior to joining Front Health, he spent two years leading analytics and technology for the Midwest Health Collaborative. He has also worked at ICC, a technology consulting company that acquired his advanced analytics startup Farsite Group. As the co-founder of Farsite Group, Michael led engagements with Fortune 500 companies to guide store and customer growth strategies with advanced analytics. Michael has contributed content and perspective on analytics and technology via media and trade groups including HIMSS, Bloomberg West, The Wall Street Journal, and The Data Warehouse Institute.
Michael is an avid runner and big Michigan fan who knows too many dead languages. His wife is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician and together they are proud parents of two young girls. Michael has an undergraduate degree in Ancient Greek and Latin Literature from the University of Michigan, a masters in Turkish History from the University of Minnesota, and an MBA from Ohio State University.
Mike leads client engagements as well as overseeing the business support functions and cultural elements of Front Health. Before his current role, he headed the clinical transformation efforts of the six health system Midwest Health Collaborative. He spent five years at McKinsey & Co., primarily advising healthcare provider clients manage the transition from ‘volume’ to ‘value’. He began his career at Target’s headquarters in Minneapolis, spending four years as part of their general management merchandising program.
Mike enjoys time with his family, travel, home projects, and supporting his favorite sports teams--Blue Jackets, Hoosiers, Bengals, and Crew. His wife is a pediatrician and together they are proud parents to Ella and Jack. A native of Cincinnati, Mike earned an undergraduate business degree from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Greg has deep population health and physician leadership expertise and partners with clients to help them achieve success in their value-based care transformation. His philosophy is to lead with disruptive ideas as opposed to incremental improvements.
As a board-certified Family Medicine Physician with more than 25 years of clinical and executive experience, Greg served as the Chief Medical Officer and Senior VP, Systems of Care for 10 years with ThedaCare, a progressive, integrated health system in Wisconsin. In the decade prior to that, he was the senior physician leader for ThedaCare’s primary care division helping lead care model disruption and redesign resulting in the best clinical quality performance in the state of Wisconsin. Greg has a passion for population health, with all the necessary components, including care redesign, direct to employer solutions, caregiver and community engagement, and payor alignment.
Greg graduated from the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield, Illinois and completed his family medicine residency at Memorial Hospital of South Bend, Indiana. Greg and his wife, Nancy, have four children and they enjoy warm summer days boating, skiing and tubing.
Taylor has a passion for creating insights out of data. Trained as a data scientist, she spent the first part of her career working in large provider organizations providing data and analytic expertise as those organizations underwent the initial programmatic efforts to implement a clinical value structure. She moved into the technology space, using her expertise and experience to help companies develop analytic software that assists clients with value-based care initiatives, such as episodic contracting and predictive analytics.
Taylor is a long time competitive swimmer. She enjoys swimming with a US Masters team and coaching the local summer swim team. She and her husband Gabriel have three children: William, Elianah, and Margaret. You can often find them together in the kitchen experimenting with new recipes, hosting dinners for friends and family, and in the garden.
Taylor has an AB from Mount Holyoke College in Mathematics and Chemistry and a MS degree from OSU in Statistics.
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