Greg Uszak is a multidisciplinary certified public accountant focused on healthcare finance, business operations, and strategy development.
Before joining HMA, he worked with providers as a senior healthcare advisor providing support to create strategic plans as well as conduct financial research and analysis and recommed business improvements based on market and competitive trends.
In addition, Greg’s experience includes conducting due diligence for mergers and acquisitions to ensure regulatory compliance as well as modeling financial impact to assist leadership in transaction development. He gained extensive healthcare experience at the OhioHealth hospital system, where he provided broad-based tax and financial reporting services, financial analysis for senior leadership, and supported the organization’s corporate development initiatives.
A strategic thinker and liaison, he has helped organizations develop policies and procedures and worked across departments to ensure the financial state of the organization was included in decision making processes.
A former tax commissioner agent for the state of Ohio Department of Taxation, he helped the public interpret applicable state and federal tax laws, and assisted with the development of a new department database and web-based tax return filing platform.
Greg earned a Master of Science degree in healthcare management from Johns Hopkins University, a bachelor’s degree in forensic accounting from Franklin University, and a bachelor’s degree in criminology and criminal justice studies from The Ohio State University. In addition to being a certified public accountant, he is also a certified healthcare financial professional with the Healthcare Financial Management Association.