HARRISBURG, Pa., Oct. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Geneia (www.Geneia.com), an analytic solutions and services company that is simplifying the evolution to value-based care, has chosen John Weis as its head of product management. A clinician by training, Weis brings nearly 20 years of product management expertise along with a strong consulting background.
"John is uniquely qualified to lead Geneia's product management," said Geneia CEO Mark A. Caron, FACHE, CHCIO. "He has a deep understanding of the needs of healthcare organizations making the shift to value-based care as well as a long history of managing client-focused product development."
Most recently, Weis was a director in KPMG's Healthcare and Life Sciences Division where he developed the company's data and analytics services and capabilities within the healthcare domain. Prior to joining KPMG, Weis worked in product management for Siemens for nearly 20 years. While at Siemens, Weis and his team earned two patents for their work to extract and apply data from standard text documents like physician notes and medical histories. Weis began his career as a respiratory therapist, and continues to hold a license to practice.
"I am excited to return to my roots in clinical product management and use my skills and expertise to build products that help healthcare organizations succeed in value-based contracts," said Weis.
For more information on Weis, visit: https://www.geneia.com/about-us/our-team/john-weis.
Geneia LLC is an analytic solutions and services company that helps our clients improve outcomes, lower costs and restore the Joy of Medicine to physician practice. Our team of physicians, nurses, technologists, analytics experts, and business professionals have created a suite of clinical and analytic solutions that enable health plans, hospitals and employers to better understand, evaluate and manage the health of their populations. The company has offices in Harrisburg, PA and Manchester, NH. To learn more, visit Geneia.com or connect with us Twitter and LinkedIn.