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Brian H. Studebaker, MS

Principal and Healthcare Analytics Consultant
Brookfield, WI, US

Tel: +1 262 7842250

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Education

  • BS, Mathematics, Lawrence University
  • MS, Healthcare Administration, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Current Responsibility

Brian is a principal and healthcare analytics consultant with the Milwaukee office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 1993.

Experience

Brian’s professional area of practice is healthcare information technology, primarily in decision support systems, data analytics, and premium rating system implementation. His clients include ACOs, insurance companies, employers, and other government entities. He assists clients with various projects, including MedInsight implementations, MedInsight client management, evidence-based medicine development, data aggregation projects, custom report development, claims system selection, XLogic and Broker Portal implementation, and custom data warehouse development.

In addition to technology competency, Brian brings an extensive knowledge of managed care structures and business functions, such as pricing structures and provider network selection to client work. He also serves as an internal resource on HIPAA regulations and software development.

Brian manages the Milwaukee Health Information Technology practice.

Presentations and publications

  • “Provider Payment Arrangements, Provider Risk, and Their Relationship with the Cost of Health Care,” published in Society of Actuaries in October 2015.
  • Better ROI from your BI. Published in Contingencies: Actuarial Software Now in Winter 2012.
  • Overview of healthcare data analytics and decision support systems presented at National Association of Health Underwriters 2012 Annual Convention.
  • Healthcare data pooling: Coming soon to a community near you? Published in Journal for Healthcare Quality in February 2008.
  • Positioning your decision support system for the future. Published in Health Perspectives in June 2007.
  • Is your organization data-driven? Published in Consultant's Corner in July 2005.
  • Patient injury and the year 2000. Published in Medical Trial Technique Quarterly in 2000.
  • Work at Milliman

    • “I was offered a chance to come in, shake things up, create something."
    Work at Milliman