Gail Levy has provided client tailored solutions for a broad spectrum of group practices and health systems, professional and community associations, non-profit organizations, and academic institutions for the past twenty years. Such services incorporate workforce planning and development, process improvement, operational effectiveness, health information technology, strategic planning and business start-up. Previously, Gail taught clinical procedures and practice management related topics at the University of Maryland Baltimore and University of Tennessee Memphis.
A graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelors of Science, Gail also earned a Masters of Arts from the University of Maryland (UMBC), a Management in Business certificate from Goucher College and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification from the Acuity Institute School of Business Leadership.
Gail has served on the following boards: National Association of Healthcare Consultants (now the NSCHBC), Maryland Health Commission EDI Workgroup, GEDCO Stadium Place, Maryland Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development, Maryland Medical Group Management Association, Board of Trustees and Session of Second Presbyterian Church, Ruxton Ridge Community Association, and Roland Springs Community Association.
Community interests include: helping educationally, economically disadvantaged individuals become engaged in meaningful activities thereby enabling them to function independently, with a sense of personal satisfaction and stronger sense of self-worth.