Dan Shoenholz
Having conviction and a good thesis for business growth is more important than ever. Before you invest you need to do your homework, have a good strategy and back the right management team.

Dan Shoenholz

EY-Parthenon Health Sciences & Wellness Private Equity Leader; EY-Parthenon New York Office Co-Leader

Strategy leader in health and life sciences sectors. Advisor to corporate and private equity executives. History buff. College basketball fan. Husband and father of two daughters.

Dan is a senior advisor with more than 20 years of experience advising start-up and established companies on growth strategy, business plan development, portfolio optimization, and mergers and acquisitions. He currently holds leadership roles in health and life sciences private equity as well as the EY-Parthenon New York office.

Prior to joining EY-Parthenon, he held roles in strategy leadership and senior management in health and private equity practices. He has worked extensively with both front-end strategic analyses and transaction-related advice across a wide range of industries.

Dan has deep experience working with multi-site providers, academic medical centers, hospital services, insurers, health care technology, revenue cycle management, medical devices and specialty pharmaceuticals. 

He holds an MBA from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Benjamin Franklin Scholar.

How Dan is building a better working world

“I advise corporations, associations and investors seeking to improve the quality and reduce the cost of healthcare delivery. My teams develop information and insights that help EY-Parthenon clients make the right strategic decisions in entering new markets, geographies and customer segments, or in buying or selling a business.

It is guidance grounded in objective analysis, shaped collaboratively by our experienced teams and the insights and perspectives of the clients. When companies develop a better strategy to transform healthcare, they build a better working world.” 

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