Thomas Zenty III joins Guidehouse's health practice

07 October 2022 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Thomas Zenty III has joined Guidehouse, a global management and technology consulting firm, as a strategic advisor in its health segment.

In his new role at Guidehouse, Zenty will advise hospital and health system clients on operational and financial strategy in a volatile economy.

During his 40-year career, Zenty has held leadership roles at health systems in Ohio, California, Arizona, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Most recently he spent nearly two decades at University Hospitals Health System – a network of 21 hospitals, 50+ health centers, and 200+ physician offices in northern Ohio – where he was CEO.

During his tenure he grew the system to nearly 30,000 employees, $5 billion in annual revenue, and 1.3 million patients served annually.Thomas Zenty III joins Guidehouse's health practiceZenty has been recognized by Modern Healthcare magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare.

"Throughout his distinguished career, Tom's strategic vision and laser-like focus on quality has transformed healthcare," said Rich Bajner, partner and payer/provider sector leader, Guidehouse. "His expertise will be invaluable in helping our clients advance their growth strategies to not only meet but anticipate the needs of their patients and communities nationwide."

Guidehouse’s health segment has a team of experts across strategy, funding, policy, revenue cycle, digital and retail health, managed care, and managed services. The segment serves hospitals and health systems, public sector health, state government health, life sciences, and commercial payer clients.

Guidehouse was ranked the second largest healthcare management firm in Modern Healthcare’s 2022 rankings.

"Guidehouse is an industry leader that is making a meaningful impact in healthcare as a next-generation consultancy," said Zenty. "It's an exciting new chapter and I'm grateful for the opportunity to help leaders advance their business models and propel the standard for care delivery into the future."