Provide fast, accurate, and meaningful results to our clients that identify opportunities, facilitate data-driven decision-making, and improve healthcare quality, efficiency, and value.
Thompson Aderinkomi has over 12 years experience in the health care industry helping health care companies use their data effectively. He began his career managing the finance department of a healthcare provider focusing on improving their revenue cycle. Thompson then went on to perform numerous program evaluations, create multiple predictive models, and author numerous reports for Ingenix and Medica Health Plans. As an analyst, his areas of expertise were in logistic regression models with an emphasis on reimbursement, chronic conditions, behavioral health, and provider profiling. He has also led large teams in the implementation of enterprise level business intelligence applications and consulted on large data warehouse projects. Currently, he is a board member for WATCH MN. Thompson holds a M.S. in Statistics, a B.S. in Economics, and a B.A. in Statistics from the University of Minnesota. He will complete an MBA at the Carlson School of Management in May 2011.
Rebecca Prenevost, PhD, MPH has over 10 years of experience in analyzing all types of health data, including EMR, practice management, insurance claims, health assessment, and survey data. Rebecca has worked for Boston Medical Center, Health Systems Research Inc., Mathematica Policy Research Inc., the University of Minnesota, and Medica Health Plans. Throughout her career, Rebecca has completed countless program evaluations and analyses, developed and implemented a variety of study designs, and created several analytical tools and reporting packages that enable healthcare organizations to identify and monitor opportunities for healthcare quality and efficiency improvements. She has also published in several peer-reviewed journals and authored numerous white papers and research briefs on issues related to health care access, utilization, cost, and quality. Rebecca holds a Ph.D. in Health Services Research, Policy and Administration from the University of Minnesota, an M.P.H in Biostatistics from Boston University, and a B.A. in Biology from Augustana College.