Matt Dickstein is a first-year MBA student at Harvard Business School. Prior to business school, Matt spent three years at Cityblock Health building and scaling hybrid virtual and in-home urgent care services for managed Medicaid and dual-eligible patients. He designed and implemented product-enabled processes to improve continuity of care, created a novel methodology to measure impact, launched Cityblock’s 24/7 multi-state on-call service, developed and managed the budget, and led other operational and strategic initiatives to grow the team’s clinical volume by 20x. Before Cityblock, Matt was a management consultant for health systems and academic medical centers at Chartis with projects spanning service line strategy, M&A, ambulatory access, and cost performance improvement. He also was a voting member of the Chartis Foundation team, determining recipients of $400k+ in annual grants to support care for underserved populations, and spent 2 years as a volunteer patient advocate at a community hospital. Matt graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Hamilton College with a B.A. in Economics and minor in Philosophy.