Gregory Wolf’s area of expertise lies at the confluence of strategy and analytics. As a leader, advisor, and rural healthcare advocate, Gregory uses his combined background in healthcare and information technology to support data-driven quality improvement for rural providers. Since joining Stroudwater in 2000, Gregory has developed a national practice focused on rural healthcare delivery systems and communities; in this role, he has led the development of technology-based solutions for healthcare providers and implemented performance management and benchmarking systems for over 200 community and rural hospitals. Gregory currently manages the Stroudwater analytics team and creates, designs, and helps implement technology-based analytics solutions for Stroudwater clients.
Greg’s recent consulting engagements include:
- Developing RPM, a web-based performance measurement portal that automates the production of scorecards, performance improvement analysis, and peer-group benchmarking reports
- Designing and implementing Balanced Scorecard performance measurement systems for over 120 small rural and community hospitals throughout the United States
- Supporting network and state level Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement collaborations with the use of strategic planning, data collection, and data reporting tools
- Strategic planning and implementation for providers and payors
Gregory received his undergraduate degree from Colgate University and his Master of Education degree from the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. He holds a second Master’s Degree in Business Administration (Beta Gamma Sigma) with concentrations in Healthcare Management and Computers and Information Technology from the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Rochester.
Contact Greg at 207-221-8251