Meghan Scanlon is a principal of Value Capture, LLC. She has nearly 13 years of experience implementing and sustaining transformational improvements in healthcare organizations. Recently, she helped lead Value Capture’s support of the University of Virginia Health System’s Be Safe performance transformation effort. Previously, she spent 9 years as a Sr. Lean Consultant in Johnson & Johnson's ValuMetrix Services® organization, where she had a proven track record of driving key operational changes in hospitals and healthcare facilities in North America and Europe. She has extensive experience developing hospital employees from the front line to the C-suite as lean practitioners and change agents, working with cross-functional groups to transform their performance and service levels, developing plans to implement change at all levels of an organization, identifying critical performance measures, and creating management tools needed in order to manage and sustain improvements. She is skilled at designing and delivering effective training sessions focused on process improvement, change management, and leadership. Prior to her work in ValuMetrix Services®, she spent over 3 years internally within Johnson & Johnson, where she attained her Lean Six Sigma Black Belt applying Process Excellence in the areas of Operations, Supply Chain, and IT.
BS (2001), The Pennsylvania State University, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering