Matt Abrams is an experienced project manager, specializing in large system healthcare implementation projects. He was formerly an executive with Ernst & Young, playing a leading role in the firm’s Chicago Advanced Development Center. He is based in Nashville.
Experienced in the management of large system implementation projects, Matt leads teams in the design, configuration and implementation of revenue cycle and clinical systems for large healthcare providers. In addition, Matt has provided strategic planning, project management and technology architecture services to a range of clients throughout his 20-year consulting career.
Matt’s experience spans the continuum of provider environments, including employed ambulatory physician practices, large hospital systems, post-acute, long-term care, correctional healthcare and safety-net organizations (FQHCs and RHCs).
Matt is a certified Project Management Professional with a software development and IT systems management background. This provides him the ability to manage complex projects and design “big picture” technology architectures with a wealth of detailed knowledge of the underlying components. He is skilled at using package software to drive clinical quality improvement and operational/financial process improvement.
Matt holds a Bachelor of Arts in Management Organizational Communication with a concentration in Computer Science from the University of Kansas. He is a member of the Nashville Health Care Council, The Project Management Institute, The Rational Unified Process (RUP) for software design and development and The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).