LexisNexis HMS: Theresa Greco, SVP Life Sciences
Theresa Please Tell our readers a little about yourself.
I have been with Health Market Science (HMS), now part of LexisNexis® Health Care, since 2010. I started out leading the Client Solutions organization responsible for the delivery of HMS’ products and solutions from pre-sales to post-implementation support. Eventually, I led the development and commercialization team responsible for the extension and expansion of Health Market Science’s solution portfolio such as our life sciences compliance and master data management offerings. Today, I am directing the sales and product strategy for the life sciences industry.
What makes LexisNexis Health Care unique?
LexisNexis maintains over two petabytes of unique data comprising billions of public and proprietary records. LexisNexis Health Care’s unique layering of this data and advanced analytics helps organizations reduce wasteful spending, improve health outcomes, optimize operational processes, and intercept fraud, waste, and abuse. Additionally, we derive a wealth of information from our claims data assets providing insight into behaviors and interactions across practitioners, patients, and facilities.
This combination of provider and public data can help transform the way health care is coordinated, delivered and administered.
What’s new and exciting at LexisNexis?
LexisNexis constantly seeks to identify and solve the needs of the health care industry. The industry is constantly evolving and LexisNexis wants to be at the forefront. I see many ways LexisNexis can solve the challenges of our life science clients and hope to share more soon.
How do you see customers benefiting from the combination of LexisNexis and Reltio?
In addition to using our provider data to maintain and update contact and demographic information, it can be instrumental to improving an organization’s key account management efforts. The ability of Reltio to blend and deliver data from LexisNexis, through business user data-driven applications for better understanding of relationships between individual health care practitioners, organizations, and products, offers life sciences companies a more holistic view of their customers and stakeholders.