Bryan has more than 15 years of strategy and technology consulting experience, giving him the ability to guide healthcare organizations through complex and transformational initiatives to deliver tangible value. Bryan has built an accomplished track record in healthcare management strategy, system selection and vendor analysis, product lifecycle delivery, digital consumer and user experience design, and complex program management throughout his career.
Bryan’s focus on delivering great value for his clients is matched only by his passion for coaching and mentoring his team members on industry trends and how to face challenges in their own careers.
Bryan joined West Monroe in 2016 as part of the firm’s acquisition of Invoyent, LLC, a healthcare business and technology consultancy for which he was a senior manager. He has a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.
As parents of twin boys, Bryan and his wife spend much of their time focusing on and being present for their family and creating their own traditions. The family also enjoys traveling together, with Maui being a favorite destination. Bryan and his family live in the northern suburbs of Chicago near where his wife, a physician assistant, grew up. Bryan was a competitive bowler for more than two decades.
Bryan is a featured contributor on Progressology, where he writes about balancing his demanding career with being a husband and a father of twins.
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