Tricia has over 30 years of healthcare executive leadership, operations and technology experience, including 25 years directly related to ERP transformations within the healthcare provider industry. Her ERP experience spans from Infor-Lawson, Peoplesoft, Workday and integrations with key healthcare clinical and business systems such as Cerner, EPIC, Meditech, McKesson, Kronos, and many others. Her primary role is growing and delivering Huron’s Workday ERP business in Healthcare. This includes engagements in IT & ERP Strategy, ERP Selection, and ERP implementations with a focus on supporting her client’s transformation initiatives.
Prior to joining Huron, Tricia was a Managing Director with Deloitte Consulting for over 18 years. In her roles, she was responsible for architecting and delivering ERP solutions and large system business transformations within faith and community based systems, children’s hospitals and academic medical centers.
Prior to Deloitte Consulting, Tricia worked in the healthcare provider segment for Franciscan Health where she spent 13 years – 3 years as the Executive Director of St. Francis Medical Group where she grew the multi-specialty practice from 23 to 65 physicians and built and led the $30M+ operation and 10 years in the Franciscan Health shared IT division as the Product Line Manager for financial systems including both package and custom-built solutions. In this role Tricia had direct interaction with the 9-health system executive leadership teams and led key initiatives identified by the overall system leadership.
She began her professional career after graduate school as a Budget Analyst for The Ohio State University where she supported the budget process for the branch campuses and maintained all of the university external budget reports.
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MPA, The Ohio State University
BS, Public Administration, University of Evansville
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