Perscio, an Indianapolis-based healthcare data consulting company, is pleased to announce Kent Hiller as their new President, effective immediately. Hiller, who has been with the company for nearly one year, was previously a Partner with Perscio.
A frequent writer and speaker at conferences, Hiller has orchestrated the company’s pivot to a focus solely on healthcare data analysis and visualization. A wealth of actionable insight is often trapped in the mire of complex healthcare-related data. Perscio’s focal point now will be to help its clients understand that complicated data landscape and to produce data-enabled acumen.
“I am delighted that Kent is driving the Perscio strategy to help clients visualize healthcare data. It’s a critical competence for payers and providers alike,” said Bob Boehnlein, Perscio Founder.
“I am extremely excited to be at the forefront of Perscio’s energy and focus on helping our clients realize more fundamental value from their data,” Hiller said. “Leveraging my years in the healthcare data and technology space in this new arena of very focused problem solving is tremendously exciting for me. I look forward to being a significant part of driving Perscio’s growth.”
Hiller’s recent decade of experience in various technology executive roles has prepared him well for this role. A former VP of Market Development at Cureatr and VP for Data Solutions at the Indiana Health Information Exchange, Hiller is a graduate of Purdue University (B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology) and Seattle University (MBA). He currently serves as a Councilor for the Dean’s Advisory Council at IU School of Informatics.
While a design engineer at Boeing Defense & Space Group, Hiller transitioned to data and software and has remained in that arena ever since. The following decade, Hiller managed all aspects of software development and delivery. Since that time, he has been focused on the business aspects of technology.
Perscio partners with its clients to assist in defining their goals and initiatives in such a way as to understand how better healthcare data understanding can bring deeper insights. With their PerceptiveHealth Process, stronger data-enabled insights coupled with effective visualization models lead to significantly better awareness of how to solve many of today’s complex challenges in the healthcare and life sciences arena.