About Us

Dr. Keith D. Brady

is a former hospital CEO/COO of a for profit, not-for-profit, community hospital and healthcare district hospital, skilled nursing facility and home health agency. He holds a Master of Business Administration degree (MBA), Healthcare Administration and he earned his Doctorate Degree in Science (DSc) from the University of Alabama, Birmingham, Health Services Administration.

Dr. Brady is also a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and is board certified in healthcare management.

Dr. Brady leads a team of experienced healthcare consultants with more than seventy-five years combined experience.

Our focus is helping solo and group practice physicians  transform their businesses. KDB specializes in supporting our clients with performance improvement, strategic planning, business process improvement and information technology initiatives.

For more information, please contact us at:info@kdbhealthcarebusinessconsulting.com

 

Dr. William Opoku-Agyeman

Dr. William Opoku-Agyeman is an accomplished and versatile professional who excels in health data science, analyses, and healthcare management, particularly emphasizing population health management. His unique combination of expertise allows him to drive evidence-based decision-making and optimize healthcare delivery to improve outcomes for entire populations.

Dr. Opoku-Agyeman advises healthcare leaders to evolve in the coming years, partnership formation, value-based care strategies, and alignment/funds flow. He has worked with nationally leading academic health systems, children’s hospitals, and healthcare- focused companies over the last 5 years.  

In addition to his role as a Health Data Scientist and Analyst, Dr. Opoku-Agyeman is an Associate Professor of Healthcare Management.  He empowers his students and colleagues to understand the broader context of population health, the social determinants of health, and the impact of policy decisions on population-level outcomes.

He earned his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from The University of Alabama, Birmingham, Health Services Administration. He holds master’s in Epidemiology and Environmental Health (MPH) from Kent State University and a master’s degree in Geographic Information (MSc) from the University of Akron.