Emily has 16 years of experience leading healthcare performance improvement and care transformations. She has specific expertise in revenue cycle, electronic health record (EHR) conversion and new care model designs, including hospital-at-home.
At Huron, Emily is responsible for leading market sales, project strategy and design, project execution, and executive sponsor relations. As an innovative leader, she was also integral to the advancement of Huron’s physician revenue cycle solutions and the development of Huron’s operating model framework, which is a structured approach to system organizational design. She also serves as one of the Huron leaders serving in an implementation partnership role with Medically Home.
Throughout her career, Emily has:
- Led design and implementations for the emerging hospital-at-home virtual hospital care model for three organizations, in partnership with Medically Home.
- Led a comprehensive revenue cycle optimization for a $1.8 billion health system, including an Epic system optimization and patient financial care and clinical denials, resulting in an annual recurring cash improvement exceeding $40 million.
- Led a comprehensive revenue cycle transformation for a $700 million public hospital system, resulting in $17 million in sustainable year-over-year cash improvement.
- Facilitated organizational redesign and implementation planning for the revenue integrity, payor contracting and government reimbursement functions for a $2 billion net patient revenue (NPR) multistate healthcare system.
- Led the revenue cycle transformation for a 600-provider medical group while supporting an Epic system conversion and shared services consolidation, resulting in an annual recurring cash improvement of $7 million.
Emily is a former speaker at the Healthcare Financial Management Association ANI annual conference.
Emily is a member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and participant in the Food Is Medicine Coalition as well as a volunteer for Friends of the Wild Flower Garden.
Emily holds a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.