Mr Giuliano joined ACHS International in 2017 from St John of God Health Care in Melbourne. There he established the group’s Transformation function and lead large complex, organisational programs such […]
Mr Giuliano joined ACHS International in 2017 from St John of God Health Care in Melbourne. There he established the group’s Transformation function and lead large complex, organisational programs such as divisional divestments and workforce optimisation. Prior this private hospital operational experience, Michael served as a healthcare management consultant both in Perth and New York focusing on tertiary hospital commissioning and operational improvements for a range of hospital providers and life sciences companies. Michael also has a Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma with a focus on healthcare.
Michael holds a joint master’s degree from the London School of Economics & Political Science and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine with a focus on health system planning, policy, and financing. His thesis focused on the reasons for the rising prevalence of autism spectrum disorders in the United States. He also received his bachelor’s degree from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where he concentrated in operations and information management as well as healthcare management and policy.
He has lived abroad in Seoul, South Korea as part of his undergraduate studies and worked for Asiana Airlines. He combines his passion for healthcare with his interest in international policy to continue to build and strengthen ACHS International’s impact globally.