2020/21 Board of Directors, Board
Eric Jon Larsen serves as President of The Advisory Board Company, a best practices firm dedicated to improving the performance of health care organizations around the world.
Eric has oversight responsibility for enterprise strategic relationships, key client partnerships and companywide business growth efforts. He is a leading expert on health care market forces and industry transformation, and has served as a trusted strategic advisor to the CEOs of the 100 largest health systems nationally—both not-for-profit and investor-owned—for more than two decades. His relationships extend internationally as well, advising Advisory Board’s member CEOs around the globe. Furthermore, in his role as President he guides the work of our best practice research experts studying the future of health care.
In addition, Eric profiles the industry’s preeminent healthcare leaders in his published series, “Lessons from the C-Suite,” which is distributed to a readership of 250,000. These conversations explore the personal and professional journeys of healthcare’s most influential CEOs, and their forward-looking approaches to industry issues of national importance. To date, he has published more than 50 of these conversations, and the majority of his CEO participants are perennial members of Modern Healthcare’s “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare.”
Eric received his bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in 1995. In addition to his work with The Advisory Board Company, Eric serves on the Boards of Directors of several organizations, including The Washington National Opera (serving as Chairman); he is a former board member of Holt International Children’s Services; and a former board member of The PostClassical Ensemble. Eric also serves on the Board of Directors for Mytonomy, a patient experience cloud company.
Eric is an enthusiastic traveler, having visited 95 countries across all seven continents. He lives in Washington, DC with his wife, Susi, and their three children.