#LLABlog – Dr. Nkem Okeke launches Medicalincs, a Healthcare Advisory & Management Firm

Dr. Nkem Okeke

Dr. Nkem Okeke is the CEO and founder of Medicalincs, a healthcare advisory and management servicing firm that advises and supports healthcare leaders and organizations on strategic solutions to enhance implementation framework strategy, improve operational efficiencies and outcomes, and increase revenue volume/revenue streams. She has collectively spent two decades as a healthcare executive, advisor, physician, change management facilitator, accomplished speaker & entrepreneur. 

Dr. Okeke’s broad experience in healthcare (spanning clinical to business to health IT) brings a unique value-add perspective, and tailored toolkit to help clients at any growth/improvement stage succeed. She has delivered multi-million cost savings and improved population health outcomes. She has held several leadership positions notably at Kaiser Permanente, Booz Allen Hamilton, & Johns Hopkins. She currently also serves as a senior advisor to the CEO at Priority Partners (Johns Hopkins Healthcare) onboard priorities; a board member of Lasell Village; and a Maryland Health Care Commission Advisory Council member on Primary Care Transformation (appointed by the Maryland Secretary of Health).

Dr. Nkem Okeke

Dr. Okeke obtained her Medical degree from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria, and completed her training at KorleBu Teaching Hospital, Ghana as a Family (General) Practice Physician. She also obtained triple master’s degrees in business administration, Project Management (George Washington University, DC); and Public Health (Tulane University, LA). She completed her fellowship in Clinical Data Analytics, at Johns Hopkins University, MD. She is certified in Project Management (PMI), Lean Six Sigma (Johns Hopkins), and Change Management (Prosci).

She is a member of several associations including Women Business Leaders (WBL), The Maryland State Medical Society (MedChi), Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), Women Elevating Women (WEW).

 

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