Becker's Health IT & CIO Review

BURLINGTON, Massachusetts (August 12, 2016) – Becker’s Health IT and CIO Review published a list of 31 up-and-comers in the health IT and Revenue Cycle management space, including Arcadia’s Nick Stepro, senior director of product management.

Nick Stepro, Arcadia Healthcare Solutions. Mr. Stepro is the senior director of product management at Arcadia Healthcare Solutions designing healthcare analytics applications. He has experience working with large health systems and payers to design and develop clinical integration and business intelligence solutions to improve health outcomes and reduce system costs.

Nick joins an impressive array of other health IT leaders – read the article “31 health IT and revenue cycle wiz kids” to learn more.

Nick Stepro - Chief Product Officer at Arcadia

Nick Stepro

Nick Stepro is the chief product officer at Arcadia, where he leads the design of the next wave of advanced healthcare analytics applications – including Arcadia Analytics, which has been praised as having one of the best user interfaces in the industry.  He has worked with large health systems and payers to design and execute on innovative clinical integration and business intelligence strategies to drive improved health outcomes and reduced system costs.

Nick believes in good design and data visualization. When combined with focused expertise in analytics, healthcare and business process, the results are intuitive data-driven applications that empower users to dramatically improve the way they run their businesses.   His data visualization work has been covered on NPR, U.S. News and World Report, Medical Ethics Advisor, and elsewhere.  Becker’s Health IT and CIO Review recently named him one of “31 Health IT and Revenue Cycle Whiz Kids” to watch.  He has spoken at Medcity CONVERGE, AMIA, and HIMSS and has been a guest lecturer on data visualization at Georgia Tech.   In December 2016, he was the closing speaker at the CCO Oregon Cost of Care conference.

Specialties: Data Visualization, Product Management, Healthcare Data, Population Health Management, Solution Architecture, Account and Relationship Management, Business Development, Marketing, Graphic Design, HIE, EHR, HIE, PCMH, ACO, P4P and many more important acronyms.

August 12, 2016

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