Dan Like began at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in 2000 in Quality and Operations Improvement, where he helped develop the Wexner Medical Center’s first set of balanced scorecards that tracked overall performance across the academic medical center’s key performance indicators spanning research, education and patient care.
Dan was promoted to business manager of Information Technology and then to director of Strategic Planning and Business Development, where he helped lead the development of the medical center’s first strategic planning process. This was a comprehensive process that went from identification and development of a new mission and vision statements, to overarching goals, to program development plans, and finally to performance measurements.
In 2008, Dan was named executive director of Ambulatory Services. He now leads the operations and further growth and development of Ohio State’s Ambulatory Services that includes more than 50 physical locations around the greater central Ohio area, totaling more than one million square feet, with 1.7 million outpatient visits per year.
Dan received a bachelor’s degree in Business from Miami University of Ohio, and a Master of Health Administration degree from The Ohio State University.