Kathy Mosbaugh is a seasoned clinical analytics expert with over 20 years of experience in the health care market. Having served in multiple executive roles in the health care industry, she is a sought-after expert in areas, including clinical analytics, strategic program development, operations and partnership development.
Ms. Mosbaugh is responsible for how LexisNexis Health Care’s claims, social determinants of health and provider data assets are combined with analytics across the Payer, Provider, Pharmacy and Life Sciences markets to generate customer business results that impact the health care industry and patients’ lives. In this role, she works with the sales, engineering, product development and market planning organizations across the four health care business verticals to bring together similar analytics and data experience to create new solutions to emerging problems in today’s fast-evolving health care industry.
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Ms. Mosbaugh’s work explores how the company’s claims, provider and social determinants of health contributory data provide new health care insights in the Payer, Provider, Pharmacy and Life Sciences markets by examining the data longitudinally to see specific patterns. For example, she spearheaded the development of the LexisNexis Socioeconomic Health Score solution that leverages public records data to assess risk absent medical claims data.
Ms. Mosbaugh can speak to and provide examples of the following:
- The application of health care analytics in an evolving health care industry.
- How health care claims, provider and social determinants of health data impact a health care organization’s understanding and assessment of risk adjustment.
- How health care claims, provider and social determinants of health contributory data combined with customer data impact business outcomes for the Payer, Provider, Pharmacy and Life Sciences markets.
She joined LexisNexis Health Care in July 2010. Ms. Mosbaugh earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Biology and a Master of Public Health from the University of South Florida.