Allscripts adds former Humana, IBM Watson Health leaders to payer, life sciences business

Jessica Kim Cohen - Print  | 

Allscripts expanded the senior leadership team for its payer and life sciences division with four new additions.

The payer and life sciences division at Allscripts develops solutions that link the company's provider network more closely to payers, pharmaceutical companies and employers, such as through conducting clinical research or collecting real-world data.

Here are four of the EHR vendor's newest hires:

1. Stephanie Reisinger, former president of the Evalytica software subsidiary of Evidera's division of pharmaceutical product development, will serve as vice president and general manager of Allscripts' payer and life sciences data and analytics business team. Allscripts recently acquired Evalytica, an analytics platform.

2. Steve Chick, former senior vice president of the contract research organization Syneos Health in the late phase clinical research division and former head of a comprehensive health insights research team at Humana, will lead Allscripts' payer and life sciences clinical research business team as vice president and general manager.

3. Stella Chang, former vice president of health policy and data analytics at IBM Watson Health and former senior director of Truven Health Analytics, will lead the analytics product and delivery teams at Allscripts as executive director.

4. Dave Dornstreich, who has a more than 20-year career in life sciences in roles at the American College of Cardiology and Cancer LINQ, will serve as vice president of strategic initiatives and data partnerships at Allscripts, where he will focus on business development in the biopharmaceutical industry. In this role, he will collaborate with medical societies, government agencies and universities to enrich datasets.

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