Unfortunately, probably not. If you are like most healthcare leaders, you simply don’t have the bandwidth to focus on strategy implementation amid the post-pandemic chaos. Maybe Knowledge Capital Group [KCG] can help.

KCG is a boutique healthcare consulting firm specializing in strategy and organizational transformation. We partner with hospital and health system leaders to devise innovative solutions to their toughest challenges – converting issues into opportunities, inefficient processes into best practices, and marginal outcomes into sustainable results.

Every consulting firm will tout their value, but don’t take our word for it, hear what one of our clients had to say about a recent project:

"Despite the challenges we faced in 2020, KCG helped our leaders continue to focus on their strategic goals and how to operationalize them. This will undoubtedly set our health system up for continued success in the future. I confidently recommend KCG to other health system leaders who are looking for a collaborative thought partner to help drive alignment and integration in their organizations." -Dr. Eugene Hong, Chief Physician Executive, MUSC Health

For a more complete overview of our work with MUSC Health, please click here.


About the Author
Peg Harris

Peg Harris, Consultant, joined KCG in the Spring of 2021. Her experience and interests align with engagements that drive surgical growth, service line enhancement, outreach and referral pattern management.

Prior to KCG, Harris spent 15 years with premier healthcare organizations including HCA, Boston Scientific and Pfizer. As HCA’s Director of Surgical Growth, she was responsible for driving initiatives that led to increased contribution margins. Her clients included affiliated/non-affiliated surgeons and hospital administrators. Collaborating with her team, Harris worked with stakeholders to remove barriers for growth, improve processes and prompt win-win partnerships.

Harris is originally from the Seattle, Washington area where she earned her BA from the University of Washington. She moved to Charleston in 2005 where she soon-after earned her MBA followed by a JD from the Charleston School of Law.