Bryan Komornik is a senior manager with West Monroe Partners and a member of the Healthcare practice. He has 11 years of strategy and technology consulting experience with leading management consulting firms.
Bryan Komornik helps healthcare clients shape and drive their strategic initiatives while also managing and executing complex, transformational projects.
Over the course of his career, Bryan has built an accomplished track record in the areas of health care management (HCM) and payer “middle office” strategy and solution implementation, value realization, customer experience (CX), user experience (UX) design, user interface (UI) design, operational optimization and complex engagement delivery. He is also a successful program leader and manager with proven skills in large-scale systems integration, application design, and implementation management and delivery.
Bryan applies these skills to help healthcare clients shape and drive their strategic initiatives as well as manage and execute intricate implementation projects in order to adapt to the changing marketplace. For example, he has managed the planning and delivery of an end-to-end (E2E) medical management assessment and platform migration for an industry-leading Payer. He has also led the user experience design and implementation of state-level health insurance exchange marketplaces to enable digital acquisition of consumers during the initial open enrollment of health reform.
Bryan joined West Monroe Partners in 2016 as part of the firm’s acquisition of Invoyent, LLC, a healthcare business and technology consultancy for which he was a senior manager.
Previously, Bryan was in the System Integration practice of Deloitte Consulting, where he focused on helping public sector clients meet the demands of healthcare reform. He began his career with BearingPoint, Inc., as a consultant in the Public Sector Technology practice.
Bryan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business with concentrations in Marketing and Business Legal Studies from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.