Harry Greenspun Named Guidehouse Chief Medical Officer; Scott McIntyre Quoted

Harry Greenspun

Harry Greenspun, formerly chief medical officer at Korn Ferry‘s (NYSE: KFY) health business, has been appointed to the same position at Washington, D.C.-based management consulting services firm Guidehouse.

He will leverage his executive and clinical leadership experience to support government and commercial clients in their health care transformation efforts, Guidehouse said Tuesday.

Scott McIntyre, Guidehouse CEO and a two-time Wash100 awardee, said Greenspun’s clinical and technical expertise, leadership and insight would help the company grow its portfolio of commercial health offerings and address industry challenges facing customers.

Greenspun previously served as a managing director at Korn Ferry Health and Deloitte’s center for health solutions and held chief medical officer roles at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and Dell.

He has served on the advisory boards of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, World Economic Forum, Georgetown University, the Wireless-Life Sciences Alliances, Tufts University and George Mason University.

Greenspun is an author, speaker and a former practicing cardiac anesthesiologist who has offered recommendations to Congress and executive branch to advance health information technology initiatives.

Guidehouse is PwC’s former U.S. public sector arm that New York-based private equity firm Veritas Capital acquired in May.

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