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Rachel Laureno
Business Development Executive
Health Care and Private Equity


Rachel drives the firm’s growth efforts in health care and health care private equity. She supports the profitable expansion, efficient operations, and innovation strategies for board members, senior executives, health care portfolio company executives, venture capital investors and private equity investors.

Rachel’s clients include hospitals and health systems, telehealth and other digital health companies, physician groups, health plans, FQHCs, behavioral health, medical products, and a diverse mix of private equity and venture backed health care organizations.

Prior to joining Moss Adams, Rachel led award-winning initiatives at several Fortune 500 companies. She received the Summit Club recognition at her most recent former employer in fiscal years 2021 and 2022, as well as the IMS Excellence Award earlier in her career. Rachel began her career at Accenture and Goldman Sachs.

External Publications

  • "Insights on Leadership from Women CEOs in Healthcare" (BDO USA, Leading Healthcare Insights, March 2020)
  • "5 Indicators of Where Healthcare Is Headed: Seen from Inside the Beltway" (BDO USA, November 2017)
  • "A Sea Change in Reimbursement Parity for Behavioral Health" (BDO USA, June 2015)
  • "Evolving Portfolio and Real Estate Strategies in the U.S. Healthcare Systems: The Rise of Outpatient and Ambulatory Care" (BDO USA, April 2015)

Selected Speaking Engagements

  • Innovations in North Carolina Health Care
    (North Carolina HFMA, August 2019)
  • The Phase-Based Shift to Value-Based Care: Where Local Healthcare Systems Are Headed
    (40th Anniversary Symposium for the DC Hospital Association, November 2018)

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, Association for Corporation Growth (ACG)
  • Member, Healthcare Financial Management Association, HFMA
  • Member, The Wharton Club of South Florida
  • Member, The Wharton Healthcare Management Alumni Association


  • AB, history, Princeton University
  • MBA, strategic management, Wharton School of Business

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