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A collaborative, collective approach

Forging a path forward for data analytics requires thoughtful planning, deep expertise and shared vision. We frequently see healthcare organizations spending extensive time and resources on rushed, partially staffed initiatives that ultimately fall short of goals and expectations. To ensure our partners do not meet a similar fate, add our collective knowledge and expertise to ensure you achieve success.

Unmatched healthcare expertise in your corner


Brian Norris, MBA, RN, FHIMSS

Managing Director, Strategic Consulting

Brian has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, 20 of those years as an RN and 15+ years in analytics, value-based care, and product development. Brian leads our consulting practice focused on helping clients advance their value-based care strategies, deliver phenomenal outcomes to their populations, and assist organizations across the healthcare vertical with their most pressing clinical, operational and outcomes challenges.

Kim Babberl

Senior Director, Solution Consulting

Kim Babberl is an expert in payer operations. Before joining MedeAnalytics, she spent 11 years as a business analyst lead with a Blues system and 10 years in public accounting, various healthcare consulting, auditing and analysis roles, supporting providers and payers.

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Christine Smith Stetler, RN

Senior Director, Solution Consulting

Christine Smith Stetler is a registered nurse and recently led the client success architect team at Allscripts. With over two decades in a field she loves, Christine has helped patients and fellow clinicians directly, hands-on and through tech. Christine has learned how to see healthcare through the eyes of varied stakeholders—fellow clinicians, healthcare administrators, technology experts and patients—giving her the unique ability to recognize gaps and close them with grit, compassion and a sharp sense of humor.


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Jennifer Rydd

Director, Solution Consulting, Provider 

Jennifer is a revenue cycle expert with a background in electronic medical record implementations, sales support and management of revenue cycle operations. Jennifer combines career expertise in revenue cycle, health information management, patient registration and EMR documentation with strong professional skills in workflow and operational analysis to offer incredible leadership and consistent support to our clients.


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Beth Myers

Director, Solution Consulting, Provider 

Beth has ten years of revenue cycle experience, specifically in chargemaster maintenance and compliance. She is skilled at creating organizational efficiencies using standardization and scalability tactics. Additionally, she has led many cross-functional projects to align internal and external resources to work toward a common goal. Beth’s work with customers is focused on establishing trust and empowering the customer by building foundational product knowledge. 


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Vaughn Jaspers

Director, Solution Consultant, Payer 

Vaughn has 30 years of professional experience. Outside of his background in the healthcare industry, he worked for United Suppliers and Cargill in a variety of analytics and risk management positions. Most recently, he worked at Wellmark, Inc. where he was an Associate Consultant on the Client Solutions team. He worked on progressively complex data mining projects and analytic analyses supporting data driven solutions for employer groups.


Rob Corrigan

Director, Solution Consultant, Government Programs

Rob Corrigan has over 30 years of working with senior executives at insurance plans, healthcare providers, government payers and national employers to design advanced analytics and prescriptive models to manage cost trends, population health, payer-provider partnerships and benefit plan designs. He is a strategic advisor to payers and provider organizations on leveraging their data to produce actionable insights using predictive modeling, assessing quality and financial outcomes. 


Tara Colussi

Director, Solution Consultant, Payer 

Tara has a depth of knowledge in decision support-based program analytics. She has 13 years of experience in Client Success roles building and maintaining client relationships, facilitating strategic client meetings, monitoring database refreshes, and managing client projects using data warehouse tools, including program evaluation, return/value on investment assessments with focus on health outcomes, quality of care, payment integrity, and population risk stratification. 

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