He focuses on developing market-leading strategies with a focus on implementation to drive durable improvements in competitive positioning, operating performance and financial results for a wide range of healthcare organizations.
With more than 25 years of healthcare industry experience, Mr. McLean has led strategic planning and implementation initiatives for complex multi-mission institutions, successful financial restructurings & turnarounds, merger, acquisition and integration initiatives, and large-scale operational improvements. His clients have included integrated health systems, community hospitals, academic medical centers, and medical schools.
Mr. McLean’s notable assignments include the development and evaluation of a range of strategic value creation options or the Board of a publicly traded multi-state hospital company, which led to the merger with another publicly traded company. Additionally, on behalf of a University Board, he led the financial and strategic repositioning of research-intensive medical school after a period of financial challenges, where he created and implemented a strategy to fully restructure the governance and financial relationship between the University, the Medical School and the primary academic medical.
Additionally, Mr. McLean led the development and implementation of a strategic cost management initiative for a large non-profit health system, focused on developing a lean and scalable shared services structure after a period of significant growth by acquisition. He also completed crisis management and merger planning for a downstate NY Health system where he developed a comprehensive strategic repositioning strategy including an Assisted Living facility and FQHC clinics and developed a comprehensive balance sheet restructuring plan in support of a full asset merger with a large financially successful health system
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. McLean served as co-founder and principal of ImPART GROUP, and served as an officer North Shore-LIJ Health System in New York, where, during his six years as Vice President, the health system grew from $500M to more than $2B in revenue.
Mr. McLean earned a bachelor's degree in computer sciences from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a master's degree in business administration, with concentrations in strategy and finance, from the University of Michigan.