Knowledge Capital Group (KCG), a boutique healthcare strategy and organizational transformation consulting firm, is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to the team – David Jablonowski as Consultant and Michael Rubino as Associate.
Prior to working at KCG, Jablonowski has held roles in physician practice management and healthcare operations. Past roles include Administrative Fellow and Director of Operations with UPMC in Pittsburgh, PA; Division Administrator with the MUSC Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences; and Practice Administrator with a large, independent rheumatology group in Charleston, SC. In his past roles, notable projects have encompassed planning, opening, and managing a large, integrated outpatient center; optimizing team infrastructure, building team connectedness, and driving process improvements; and analyzing market and clinical data to make strategic decisions to improve operations and the overall patient experience.
Jablonowski earned an MHA from the Medical University of South Carolina and a BS in Health Policy and Administration from The Pennsylvania State University.
Prior to KCG, Rubino worked at a clinical research organization as a Clinical Trials Assistant with IQVIA. He graduated from Appalachian State University in 2019 as double major in General Management and Supply Chain Management. Rubino earned an MBA from The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in June of 2021. He was a student-athlete at both universities, as a kicker on the football team.
ABOUT KNOWLEDGE CAPITAL GROUP:
Knowledge Capital Group [KCG] is a boutique healthcare consulting firm specializing in strategy and organizational transformation. We partner with hospital and health system leaders to devise innovative solutions to their toughest challenges – converting issues into opportunities, inefficient processes into best practices, and marginal outcomes into sustainable results.
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