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Matthew Enright

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Matt Enright is passionate about helping healthcare organizations drive business value by increasing efficiency while simultaneously improving quality and safety. He partners with C-Suite and Physician Leaders to realize their vision by creating practical strategies and tactics to ensure measurable of results. He leverages his experience in consulting, change management, systems engineering, lean six sigma, information technology, and analytics to guide cross-functional teams to solve the most complex problems facing healthcare today.

Matt has taught Lean Six Sigma to healthcare organizations across the country. He is currently facilitating Piedmont';s Value Based Care Leadership Team to update our strategy to leverage current strengths and is responsive to this rapidly evolving market. Matt is leading a system-wide project that uses predictive analytics to forecast preventable emergency department visits and inpatient admissions. The output of this project will be sent to clinical team members to proactively reach out to patients and bend the cost curve for preventable visits.

Matt is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and has be a speaker at conferences for Society of Health Systems, Health Connect Partners, and other professional healthcare organizations. He is an active member of Georgia Academy of Healthcare Executives'; (GAHE';s) Programs Committee and has moderated several programs. Prior to joining Piedmont, he consulted to healthcare organizations as an independent consultant, as well as at Deloitte and Booz Allen.


  • BS, Industrial Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology
  • MS, Industrial Engineering with Concentration in Health Systems Engineering, Georgia Tech
  • Six Sigma Black Belt Certificate, Georgia Tech
  • Certificate in Business Analytics & Data Science for Business, Harvard Business School online