About Matthew

Matt Stevens is a Managing Director with the Advisory Board, with over 15 years experience advising clients on legal and business issues across the healthcare industry and the Fortune 100. Matt has served as a national spokesperson and faculty member for the Advisory Board, teaching the firm’s findings on frontier strategic and clinical best practices to member organizations, including hospitals and health systems, independent physician practices, and leading suppliers and service providers to the healthcare industry.

Mr. Stevens’ areas of focus include general hospital administration and practice management, health care economics, and health regulation and policy.

Before joining the Advisory Board, Mr. Stevens practiced law in New York, London, and Denver, representing clients in the healthcare and other highly-regulated industries in litigation, mergers & acquisitions, and general business issues.

Matt currently serves as an Executive Partner for Advisory Board’s Research Partner memberships – the premier level of global access that includes customized support to apply research best practices to accomplish individual health systems’ and industry leaders’ strategic priorities.

Mr. Stevens received his JD from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Arts in economics and political science from the University of Michigan. When not traveling, he enjoys spending time with his family in the mountains and serves on the boards of various professional and community-based organizations.

Areas of expertise

Health Policy, Market Trends, Strategy, MACRA,

Matthew Stevens

Executive Partner

Matthew's Upcoming Events

Aug 1 2019

Build Your Digital Front Door

From search, to scheduling, to care delivery, to follow up and support, learn in this hour-long presentation what services patients actually use and how to adapt existing systems and processes to deliver the digital experience patients want. More Register

May 30 2018

The Medical Group Leader's Guide to EMR Optimization

Learn tactics medical groups can leverage to reduce their physicians’ time in the EMR and their burnout. More Register

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