Winston Wong is a Senior Consultant with The Pharmacy Group (TPG). TPG provides consulting services to healthcare service, information technology, and pharmaceutical companies to grow revenue and improve the financial performance of their products and services.

Winston Wong, PharmD, is the President of the W-Squared Group. The W-Squared Group is committed to assist healthcare innovators develop their value statement and launching their technology in the government and commercial marketplace. Dr. Wong is also the current Editor-In-Chief for the Journal of Clinical Pathways, a journal committed to providing high-quality educational and informational articles as well as presenting original health economic outcomes research data to an audience of interested in utilizing clinical pathways as a tool to move towards value-based care.

Throughout his 30-year career in the pharmacy industry, he has been repeatedly recognized for his
clinical and business innovations. Dr. Wong’s accomplishments start with his leading of two separate
hospital pharmacy departments “out of the basement”, to having a more active clinical role in patient care areas. This new role of the hospital pharmacist was then implemented on a regional basis through his work accomplished at the Southern New England Region of VHA, then the largest Group Purchasing Organization in the United States. His entry into managed care was in 1994, joining United HealthCare, where he developed the first Senior Prescription Benefit offering, which was in place until the CMS Medicare Part D benefit was implemented in 2006.

As the Associate Vice President of Pharmacy Management at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Dr. Wong was responsible for the development, implementation, and administration of the prescription benefit, including formulary development, contracting, including the Medicare Part D prescription benefit. He was instrumental in the development and implementation of a pharmacist driven Medication Therapy Management (MTM) program that has been recognized by CMS, and many national organizations in the Part D benefit. Dr. Wong implemented one of the first successful network-based oncology clinical pathway program where oncologists collaborated with the health plan to develop and maintain clinical pathways for common cancer types. The model was expanded into rheumatology and gastroenterology, as well as serving as a model for many oncology managements programs today.

Dr. Wong was named as one of the Top 100 Healthcare Leaders in 2018 in June 2019, and one of the Top 100 Healthcare Visionaries in 2020 in January 2021 by the International Forum on Advancement in Healthcare.

He earned his PharmD degree in 1981 from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, and completed a General Residency at the University of Nebraska Hospital and Clinics in Omaha, Nebraska.