MedeAnalytics Appoints David Bartley as Chief Product Officer
Richardson, Texas – (June 16, 2021) – MedeAnalytics, a healthcare analytics software-as-a-service (SaaS) leader, announced today the appointment of David Bartley to chief product officer. Bartley has 20 years of experience working in technology companies with more than 15 years in bringing healthcare solutions to market ranging from consumer engagement to payer-based analytics. In his new role, Bartley is responsible for the company’s product portfolio strategy, product management, and innovation of products and services across the MedeAnalytics’ solutions.
“We are beyond thrilled to have David join our executive leadership team with his notable expertise in healthcare analytics and product innovation,” said Scott Hampel, president of MedeAnalytics. “He will play an integral role in unifying our product portfolio to continue delivering much needed solutions for healthcare. His appointment is fully in line with our vision and strategic plan as we continue to innovate and provide superior value to our clients.”
“I’m excited to join MedeAnalytics,” said Bartley, chief product officer at MedeAnalytics. “My focus will be guiding our product teams to execute and deliver our product vision and strategy while continuing to innovate on new solutions and features that help our clients leverage technology and data-driven insights.”
Most recently, Bartley served as Chief Product and Innovation Officer for Tivity Health, Inc. where he focused on developing partnerships and products that empower adults to live their best lives through nutrition, fitness and social connection. In this role, Bartley oversaw Tivity’s evolution to a digital-based engagement company. Prior to joining Tivity Health, Bartley served in product leadership positions with well-known healthcare companies such as Cotivi (formerly Verisk Health), eviCore, Healthways and Humana’s Innovation Center.
Bartley holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from UNC Chapel Hill and an MBA with a concentration in Marketing and Strategy from Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management.