bfryer-headshotBruce Fryer, Executive Consultant

Bruce Fryer provides startup and established healthcare companies, product focused strategy and tactics when they have a growth opportunity, need to understand the path forward or implement change.
– Fix stalled initiatives
– Rise above execution to innovation
– Sort what’s working from what’s not

Fryer’s recent clients have focused on the shift to the consumerization of the patient and the impact and opportunities for healthcare delivery and engagement. Clients include:

– A startup applying blockchain technology to solve the Patient ID problem.
– A payment platform provider who reduced elective surgical costs by 25% by insulating providers and patients from payor claims and billing systems.
– A startup using FHIR technology to provide patient driven post acute arthroplasty care.

Working with Hartford Insurance and the University of Utah School of Medicine, Fryer founded a value based EHR company for ambulatory clinics that improved patient outcomes while reducing costs by 15%. He has worked in five startup companies with two exits. Fryer has brought four products from conception to market and he won Product of the Year in five countries. Previously Fryer developed DRG based reimbursement analytical models for hospital profitability at Baxter Healthcare.

Fryer served on the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross and chaired the 2002 Olympics task force. He received his MBA in Systems & Analytics from the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University.


William J Oliver, Executive Consultant
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William J Oliver is a professional project leader with 20+ years of experience delivering strategic projects with high impact, on time and on budget. He has led projects with up to 100 professionals. He has led successful projects reporting directly to the C-suite. He offers solid communication skills and is good at helping others learn. He offers project leadership experience in healthcare, a background in achieving financial value as a venture capitalist, and with raising the skills of others as a college professor.

Projects and Reports

Finding the Halo Effect – High Risk Populations (Arkansas Medicaid)

Multiple Services in Behavioral Health

Process Improvement

Regression to Compare Process Costs

State Government – Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi, Florida, South Carolina, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana

Importance of Comments in a Survey

Training New Caseworkers