Larry M. Hanrahan, MD, MBA




Dr. Hanrahan is a former PwC principal and has been assisting healthcare clients for over 25 years. Larry has focused his efforts locally, regionally, nationally and internationally with identifying and implementing the comprehensive activities necessary to successfully transform healthcare organizations.  These activities include strategic & facility master planning, clinical operating model development, accreditation, business and clinical transformation, clinical integration, strategic facilitation, physician services & engagement, supply chain and shared services, PMO development, as well as implementations related to enablement of new facilities.  Additionally, Larry has led assessments and implementations related to health information exchanges (HIEs) the electronic medical record (EMR), administrative & financial systems (ERP), IT and cloud strategies including end-user devices, medical equipment and mobile/digital/tele/virtual-health, (including development of use-cases, business cases and roadmaps).  Larry has worked with over 70 major organizations including universities and over 40 academic medical centers in over 12 countries throughout the Americas, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Caribbean.

Additionally, he acted as Founder, Chairman and CEO of International Quality Healthcare Professional Connection®, L.P. (IQHPC®).  IQHPC specialized in turn-key placement of international nurses into U.S. hospitals including sourcing, screening, education/training (clinical and English-language), immigration, clinical/community/cultural assimilation, including local accommodation and on-boarding. IQHPC was acquired by a corporation traded on the Philippine exchange. Prior to founding IQHPC, he co-founded Hanrahan Williams LLC, a health care consulting concern based in Houston, Texas.

He received his A.B. in Chemistry from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, his M.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, and his M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin Graduate School of Business (McCombs). Following graduation from medical school he completed a Surgical Research Fellowship in the Division of Surgery at Boston University School of Medicine.