Most recently, he led an A&M team in developing a strategic plan for a large New Jersey health system. The plan included a full analysis of markets, demand for services, competencies, service and capabilities inventory, competition, aggregate and service-line level operating and financial performance and available resources, as well as opportunities for growth and management and regionalization around core product lines.
Mr. McLean performed a transaction due diligence of a potential acquirer of a medical university based in the Northeast. The process included: a full review of the entities strategic initiatives, operations, income statement, balance sheet structure including investment portfolio, debt obligations, unrestricted and obligated assets and cash flow projections.
Before joining A&M, Mr. McLean provided consulting services to health plans, vision companies, and DME providers such areas as operations, business development, strategic planning, and government relations.
Mr. McLean previously served as a vice president with the Centene Corp., a publicly-traded managed care company and as CEO of University Health Plans, Inc. (UHP), a New Jersey-based managed care company. At UHP, he built a statewide network of over 75 hospitals and 10,000 physicians and led the firm from start-up to a stock sale transaction after several years of significant year-over-year revenue growth.
Earlier in his professional career, he served as a senior consultant with Ernst & Young.