Greater Yield Hires Diana Hueter as Senior Knowledge Leader

Seasoned Professional to Spearhead New Healthcare Consulting Practice

DALLAS – Nov. 7, 2012 – Diana Hueter has joined Greater Yield as a Healthcare Senior Knowledge Leader, bringing to the table a level of expertise in the ever-evolving field of healthcare. As a strategic business consulting firm, Greater Yield looks at businesses from an enterprise-wide perspective, analyzing the structures, tools, processes, management styles and other behaviors to identify and solve problems within the organization. Hueter will join Greater Yield’s new healthcare division team.

With more than 30 years in the field, Hueter has extensive knowledge of the healthcare sector, and experience implementing enterprise transformation solutions that achieve best-in-class operational performance. She has worked in workforce health, productivity, quality of care, and cost savings through compliance with evidence-based guidelines that deliver significant bottom-line results.

“Diana is an expert for companies seeking straightforward guidance in healthcare,” said Debbie Womack, principal at Greater Yield. “With more than three decades of experience, she constantly monitors the changes within the industry and stays on top of business implications. Diana’s background in consulting and healthcare management is rare, and gives her an unparalleled level of expertise which is uncommon in the industry. She is a welcome addition to the Greater Yield team.”

Prior to joining Greater Yield, Hueter worked with executives from Caterpillar, Dow, Ford Motor Company, Pfizer Health Solutions and Toyota Motors, implementing healthcare improvement initiatives. In addition, she facilitated a national think tank in the development of value-based healthcare processes, and produced an employer health asset management roadmap designed to help organizations execute better employee health initiatives.

Hueter also led major corporations and entrepreneurial ventures, and served as President and CEO of St. Vincent Health Care System (SVHCS), a $600 million healthcare network of five hospitals and 23 primary care clinics. She held high-level management positions as principal with Thomas Group consulting, served as senior vice president at Baylor Health Care System and as chairwoman of the Little Rock Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Hueter holds an MBA from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.

About Greater Yield: Greater Yield provides innovative performance-improvement solutions for critical and complex business issues. A woman- and veteran-owned company, Greater Yield offers senior-level experts who work with organizations as trusted partners who empower ROI-driven changes, transfer knowledge and deliver measurable outcomes enterprise-wide.