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nicole rogas experian health trends speaker

Nicole Rogas, Senior Vice President, Sales

As Senior Vice President of Sales, Nicole is responsible for leading Experian Health’s Sales teams focused on driving company growth through all healthcare channels including hospitals, physicians, payers, labs, pharmacies, and partnerships.  She is also responsible for the Sales Operation’s organization focused on sales reporting, sales analytics, return on investment studies, pricing strategy and industry education to our field.  Nicole brings with her a successful track record as an individual contributor as well as building successful, dynamic teams that have consistently met and exceeded all goals over the course of her 13-year career in Healthcare IT. Nicole holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She also obtained her MBA in Healthcare Administration and Entrepreneurship, graduating with top honors from Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois.

Experian healthcare speaker Karly Rowe

Karly Rowe, Vice President of New Product Development, Identity and Care Management Products

Karly leads New Product Development at Experian Health, owning and driving the product process from concept to development and launch of new products, features, and platforms. Leveraging her diverse background across credit, retail, and healthcare, she is responsible for finding new ways to leverage Experian’s data and analytical capabilities to develop new, innovative solutions to the healthcare industry. Karly also leads the Identity Management and Care Management product portfolios, helping healthcare organizations match, manage, and protect patient identities across the ecosystem to provide better care coordination. Karly has been with Experian for more than seven years and holds a Masters of Business Administration from Arizona State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Management and Retail Management from Syracuse University.