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Meet your Patient Safety Institute Chief Data Officer

March 14, 2017

Brandie Szuda has recently been named the Chief Data Officer for the MagMutual Patient Institute. “I have been working in the fast-paced and exciting field of analytics for over 12 years. In 2015, I joined MagMutual, knowing very little about the healthcare industry, but knowing I wanted to be part of a profession that impacts so many people's lives and empowers me every day to make a difference. I am currently working toward my MS in Healthcare Management and Informatics. I am excited to dig deeper into the large spectrum of data available and use it to positively influence healthcare and help our PolicyOwners”

Brandie has been with MagMutual since 2015, supporting our policyholders and internal stakeholders with market trending, litigation file analysis and various analytical reporting. She started her career as an insurance risk analyst where she ran simulation models, evaluated exposure data and prepared numerous corporate reports for management and regulatory agencies.  

Brandie graduated from Illinois State University with a degree in Risk Management in Insurance and a minor in Mathematics. Brandie is currently pursuing her MS in Healthcare Management and Informatics at Kennesaw State University.

Recommended reading from Brandie: Coordination of Care: Prevent Patient Information from Falling through the Cracks. 

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