Bryan Simmons is the director of Strategic Information Management and Global Relationships in the Decision Support department at Kaiser Permanente’s Program Offices. In this role, Bryan leads strategy and shared services infrastructure development in support of the organization’s enterprise information strategy. Additionally, he supports Kaiser Permanente’s participation in the World Economic Forum and its role as a strategic partner in the World Economic Forum’s Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in San Francisco.
Prior to this role, Bryan was Kaiser Permanente’s director of Strategy and Transformation. He was part of a team that leads the development of Kaiser Permanente’s strategic plan in partnership with the regions and national functions as part of the office of the CEO and was responsible for executing strategic projects. Projects often included identifying, analyzing, and interpreting emerging health care trends and supported implementation of Kaiser Permanente’s strategy. Bryan joined Kaiser Permanente in August 2007 as a program manager in Marketing, Sales, and Service Administration. He managed large multi-functional programs including several initiatives designed to implement provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
Bryan’s past work experience comes from his time as an associate at Booz Allen Hamilton in both the McLean, Virginia and San Francisco offices. There he led engagements for small and large companies spanning multiple industries including financial services, transportation, health care, and the public sector. His consulting experience includes strategy development, program management, market and competitive assessment, and driving complex change initiatives. Bryan holds a master’s degree in business administration from Babson College and a bachelor of arts in government and politics from George Mason University.