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Representative Clients

Owl Creek's clients include business units and IT departments of major organizations, including those listed here.

 
 

McKesson Corporation

McKesson Corporation (MCK) is the largest healthcare distributor in the United States. Owl Creek's founders have provided consulting services to McKesson since 2001.

 

Examples of Owl Creek's solutions for McKesson include:

 
 

LifeMasters

LifeMasters Supported SelfCare, Inc. is a leading provider of disease management programs and services. Critical to LifeMasters' mission is the need to distribute patient vital statistics to physicians, efficiently and in compliance with HIPAA regulations.

 

Owl Creek is providing LifeMasters with a solution to this need: a medical information reporting system to automate the process of passing patient vital statistics to member physicians. This system works with LifeMasters' existing database system and does not require the acquisition of any additional software licenses. The Owl Creek-created system delivers patient information in a variety of formats usable by the receiving physician offices.

 
 

Confidential Insurance Client

Owl Creek is providing key staff participation in several projects for one of the nation's largest insurance and financial services companies, working in collaboration with a well-known management consulting firm. Project activities include:

 
 

Confidential Professional Services Client

Owl Creek has developed financial reporting systems for a multi-office professional services firm, providing services to large public clients such as the Los Angeles Unified School District, City and County of San Francisco, and United States Army Corps of Engineers.

 

This client's challenge had to do with managing Accounts Receivable over hundreds of clients and thousands of concurrent projects. At the time of Owl Creek's engagement, Accounts Receivable had grown to over 35% of annual revenues, and collections efforts were hampered by lack of access to timely, well-organized data. Owl Creek's services included: