Jeff Selander

Senior Vice President and General Manager, Global Expansion Business

Jeff Selander currently serves as Senior Vice President, New Markets, with focus on the employer and Asia Pacific markets Prior to this Jeff served as the Chief People Officer and Chief Financial Officer for Health Catalyst. Prior to joining Health Catalyst, Mr. Selander was CFO at HB Ventures, a private equity firm in Boise, Idaho. Health Catalyst was Jeff’s fifth start-up as a venture finance professional, and his third as CFO. During his career, Jeff has assisted CEO’s in raising over $250 million in debt and equity from institutional investors. Before joining HB Ventures, Jeff was the CFO for Great Basin Scientific, a pre-revenue life sciences start-up. Previous to Great Basin, Jeff played several senior finance roles for iBAHN Corp., a venture-backed high-speed Internet provider to the hospitality industry. Mr. Selander holds an MBA from the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College, Boston, Massachusetts and a BA in international relations from BYU.

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How to Digitize and Democratize Healthcare Data on a Global Scale

In this episode of the Health Catalyst podcast, Owning the Future of Healthcare, Jeff Selander, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Global Expansion Business at Health Catalyst, discusses how health systems throughout the world increasingly turn to data to inform better decision making and how the process to acquire data and democratize data for […]

The Future of Employer Health Insurance

Employers are always looking for ways to reduce one of their biggest expenditures–the cost of providing health insurance to employees. Many employers have explored solutions such as adding wellness plans, reducing usage, and providing different provider access mechanisms, all with modest success.

Stemming the rising costs of health insurance requires management to understand and improve healthcare outcomes for their employee and dependent populations. Changing the future of employer health insurance will require a multi-faceted approach:

1. Driving additional value by reducing utilization of healthcare services within these employer populations.
2. Utilizing a wider lens through which to view performance of various providers, then making decisions based on those who are consistently providing low cost, high quality care.
3. Employer will need to combine their data with other companies across a geographic region to get a better picture of the provider landscape than has ever been possible before.

Employer Health Plans: Keys to Lowering Cost, Boosting Benefits

Employers that offer robust employee health plans at affordable costs are more likely to attract and retain a great workforce. Healthcare, however, is often a top expense for organizations, making balancing attractive benefits with attractive costs a complex undertaking. Employers need a deep understanding of employee populations and opportunities to manage health plan costs without sacrificing quality.

An analytics-driven approach to employee population health management gives employers insight into two key steps to lower healthcare costs and enhance benefits:

1. Manage easily fixed cost issues.
2. Use healthcare cost savings to fund expanded benefits.

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