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In this week’s #DataTalk, we chat with Karly Rowe, Vice President of Patient Access, Identity, and Care Management Product at Experian Health, about the ways Experian leverages real-world data to help healthcare organizations today, especially while tackling COVID-19.
Karly discusses the three main roles Experian Health takes on; including revenue cycle management, creating tools for patient engagement, and cure management for patients. She also talks about the future of health data and Experian’s innovative healthcare solutions.
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Karly Rowe is responsible for the Patient Access, Identity, and Care Management product portfolios at Experian Health. With a diverse background across credit, retail, and healthcare, Karly is responsible for finding new ways to leverage Experian’s data and analytical capabilities to develop new, innovative solutions for the healthcare industry. Karly holds a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Management and Retail Management from Syracuse University.
Healthcare is complex, but the power, depth, and breadth of Experian data, combined with our technology solutions, can make it simpler. Thousands of providers count on Experian Health for revenue cycle management, identity management, patient engagement, and care management solutions. Experian Health works across the healthcare journey to improve the patient experience, make providers more effective and efficient, and enhance and simplify the overall healthcare ecosystem. More than 60% of all U.S. hospitals — along with thousands of medical practices, labs, pharmacies, and other risk-bearing entities — partner with Experian Health because they see efficiency gains in their operations, more dollars collected, and an enhanced patient experience. They recognize that data-driven insights can drive results and care. Learn more about what Experian Health is doing to transform healthcare by visiting Experian Health’s LinkedIn, and this recent guide that dives into the importance of identity management within healthcare.