About Greg Silva

Based in ECG’s Boston office, Greg is a member of the firm’s Academic Healthcare Division. His work focuses on strategy and business planning, including hospital/physician alignment, service line development, and faculty group practice/physician practice assessments. He has assisted numerous academic and community healthcare organizations with clinical integration initiatives that seek to align the interests of teaching hospitals, schools of medicine, faculty practice plans, employed physicians, and/or affiliated private practices. Prior to joining ECG, Greg worked in program and project management at Rhode Island Hospital, where he led cross-functional teams in executing projects in multiple hospital departments. Greg holds a master of business administration degree, with a concentration in healthcare management, from Boston University Graduate School of Management and a bachelor of science degree in health policy and management from Providence College. He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Strategies for Innovative AMC Alignment in a Value-Based Model

As payment models increasingly shift from volume to value, Academic Medical Centers face additional pressures relative to their non-academic health system peers due to their unique mission of delivering patient care, teaching the next generation of providers, and pursuing medical research. Additionally, AMCs face challenges stemming from complex organizational structures, deeply rooted political and cultural sensitivities, and balancing cost-intensive teaching and research missions. Continue reading