Bill is known as a nationally recognized healthcare, life sciences, insurance, data strategy and analytics business leader. A former State and Federal prosecutor, law firm partner, consultant and technology executive, he has established a reputation as a leading voice on issues related to healthcare analytics, big data, payment integrity, data security, compliance, strategy and risk. His broad experience and energy have allowed him to do everything from prosecuting cybercrime, to leading startups, to developing new verticals within larger organizations, including VC funded. A very unique combination of legal, consulting, big data and business management experience brings proven value to solution development, corporate strategy and business development effectiveness.
As CTO of Healthcare, Life Sciences and Insurance I lead Marklogic’s thought leadership and go to market strategy in these verticals. Prior to Marklogic, as SVP of Strategy and Business Development at CHANGE healthcare lead strategy and business development. As a Principal at Booz Allen, and executive at LexisNexis and Maximus, worked directly with the C- Suites of large hospital systems, the largest commercial payers, healthcare business intelligence organizations and CMS. For the last 6 years have worked at VC backed companies- Marklogic (Sequoia) and CHANGE (Blackstone).
Through leadership, including board of director and strategic planning committee roles, on key national healthcare associations – AHIP, HIMSS, NHCAA, MIFA– recognized as a national thought leader, speaker and author on payment integrity, risk, big data analytics, and strategy. Have published well over 50 articles and presented at dozens of national conferences across the big data, analytics and healthcare spectrum including HIMSS, AHIP, StataData, OsCon, PIAA, NHCAA and many others.
As a Deputy Chief of Economic and Cyber Crime at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, Special Assistant U.S. Attorney and law firm partner litigated and prosecuted hundreds of criminal, cyber and civil fraud cases: healthcare and property and casualty fraud, identity theft, cyber crime, internet fraud, investment scams, counterfeiting, and diverse corporate fraud and white collar crime.