Ms. Ellis is an accomplished and high performing leader with extensive expertise in the application of analytics, business intelligence, data mining, health insurance exchanges, and healthcare statistics. While at FHC, Ms. Ellis has used her vast technical experience to advise states and non-profits on leveraging new technologies to manage and integrate larger and more complex healthcare data sets. As the healthcare industry continues to emphasize value-based care, better quality, and improved population health, big data analytics capability is critical to FHC’s success.
Before joining FHC, Ms. Ellis’s professional focus included work with both state and federal health insurance exchanges, supporting large and often complex projects with great success in identifying key work streams, establishing teams, developing project plans, communicating key milestones and deliverables, and reporting progress toward goals. Ms. Ellis takes great pride in her experience leading projects with the Massachusetts Health Connector and the State of Rhode Island EOHHS and in her work developing and deploying key real-time web analytics for use in the healthcare.gov command center in Columbia, Maryland during the 2013 Obamacare Tech Surge.
In addition to her technical experience, Ms. Ellis holds a BFA in painting from Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at The George Washington University. Her work has been shown at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Washington Project for the Arts, and resides in the permanent collection of Arnold & Porter Law Firm in Washington DC.