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, Dan co-leads EY-Parthenon’s Health Advisory Services and is the head of EY-Parthenon’s 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.”