Matt Holman
Partner

Matt leverages broad and deep healthcare experience to shape and inform transformational strategies for US and global health organizations.

He has 15 years of experience in healthcare, including healthcare venture capital at Echo Health Ventures (a joint venture of Cambia Health Solutions and Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina), health plan and life sciences strategy at Monitor Deloitte, and revenue cycle consulting for large hospitals and health systems with Triage Consulting Group.

Matt earned his MBA and MPH degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California. He lives in Seattle with his wife, two sons, and ill-behaved dog. Matt is also a founding Board member of Tiny Trees, an innovative outdoor preschool model that transforms city, county, and state parks into experiential classrooms that aim to improve equity and access in early childhood education.

Posts by Matt Holman

What Primary Care Disruptors Can Learn from Southwest Airlines

While healthcare regulatory reform is likely to advance at a slower cadence than the shock caused by the 1978 Airline Deregulation Act, the case study of Southwest Airlines provides a particularly good analogue (or perhaps cautionary tale) for primary care disruptors seeking to leverage and build upon recent state and federal regulatory shifts.
By: Matt Holman

Pitchspace – Unlocking Digital Health Innovation and Enterprise Growth

Digital transformation is reshaping the US healthcare system, accelerated by the impact of COVID-19. As healthcare enterprises invest in new digital capabilities, a host of innovative startup solutions are seeking to partner with them in changing the way care is delivered. Despite this favorable mix of innovation supply and demand, the success rate in driving measurable outcomes via enterprise-startup partnerships have been mixed, at best.
By: Matt Holman, Chris Edell

Rural Health Needs a Reboot

America’s rural health business model was built to mimic our urban care delivery infrastructure and incentives. It is a model that has been impractical and ineffective for decades and is entirely unsustainable in the COVID-19 era.
By: Benjamin Jenson, Matt Holman, Gavin Boileau

The Case for Funding Case Management

Amid a national dialog on systemic racism and police use of force and the continuing need to manage COVID-19 through efforts that include contact tracing, the creation of public health case management forces could be a compelling and cost-effective way to address both challenges.
By: Tina Liang, Matt Holman