George S. “Russ” Moran is an Executive Professor in Northeastern University’s High Tech MBA Program in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, and he has been Adjunct Faculty to the Bouve College of Health Sciences MPH and Health Care Informatics programs at Northeastern University for the last 10 years. His courses have included Innovation & Enterprise Growth, Service Innovation and Operations Management, Strategic Management and Leadership in Healthcare, Management Issues in HIT, and The American Healthcare System Mr Moran also works with Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business Executive Education practice, and he has worked with clients such as IBM, Putnam Investments, BCBS of MA, EMC, and the Massachusetts Hospital Association. Mr. Moran has taught courses at Merrimack College and the University of Lowell, and he has been a guest lecturer at Harvard School of Public Health and Simmons College. He is a graduate of St. Anselm College with a BA in Sociology, and of the University of New Hampshire with a MA in Public Administration.
Mr. Moran brings more than 30 years of experience from the healthcare industry, focusing on operational excellence, organizational leadership, provider network contracting and strategy, management of operations and technology, and service innovation.
Mr. Moran’s prior experience included serving as EVP at Private Healthcare Systems where he was responsible for all physician and hospital contracting nationally. He also served as SVP at Tufts Health Plan, where his responsibilities included operations, IT, provider contracting, and all aspects of their Medicare Advantage product. Additionally, he was the founder and CEO of Elder Service of the Merrimack Valley, a non-profit organization
providing in-home care to seniors, where he served for more than 10 years. Currently, he is a Principal Advisor at Synthesis Health Systems, Inc. He has also served as a Board Member of Network Health, Inc , a Medicaid MCO in the Boston Area.