Josh Schoeller

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Healthcare | Advanced Analytics, Compliance, Customer Acquisition, Data Management, Identity
Josh Schoeller

Senior Vice President, Health Care

Josh Schoeller is a seasoned health care IT executive with more than 20 years of experience across Payer, Provider, Life Sciences and Pharmacy industries. Mr. Schoeller has held key positions in IT, Product, Operations and Market/Sales roles. His specific domain expertise spans big data, provider and identity data management and integration, application architecture, predictive analytics and decision support. His track record of success working with multiple segments across health care has provided him the expertise to solve challenges faced by stakeholders at various levels within an organization, leading them to keep the big picture in focus while solving specific problems.

Mr. Schoeller is responsible for ensuring the development and growth of the overall strategy for LexisNexis Health Care and customer satisfaction. In this role, he oversees all existing and new revenue for the company’s four health care verticals: Payer, Provider, Pharmacy and Life Sciences. He does this by working with the sales, engineering and product teams to ensure health care solutions are solving emerging health care technology issues.

Topics of Interest

An industry expert and frequent speaker on healthcare technology, his work focuses on LexisNexis Health Care’s deep expertise in linking and matching data, as well as best practices in provider data management focused on improving accuracy, compliance and operational efficiencies.

Mr. Schoeller can speak to and provide examples of the following:

  1. How data and technology can be leveraged to optimize health care delivery in the United States.
  2. How provider, identity and transactional data assets, combined with analytics, help customers to understand, prepare for and execute to meet the myriad of operational challenges in the fast-evolving healthcare industry.
  3. The full scope of provider data management best practices, from data matching to data hygiene and management, to data integration and provider data accuracy and compliance.
  4. How looking at provider data in new ways helps health care organizations to achieve operational efficiencies and compliance while identifying new insights that impact provider and member satisfaction.
  5. How looking at identity and health care transactional data in new ways enables health care organizations to leverage insights that help protect the industry from fraud, waste and abuse.

Mr. Schoeller earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota.

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