Joseph Lynch supports clients through the use of clinical data for strategic decision-making.

With a background in the use of clinically-enriched administrative data and data derived from clinicians and patients, he assists clients by using clinical data for strategic decision-making, implementing local quality improvement efforts, and developing business strategies to support data collection and integration across healthcare settings. Joseph has special expertise in designing and implementing patient registries and developing and validating performance measures.

Prior to joining Avalere, Joseph was a director at Remedy Informatics, where he managed the design and implementation of CV clinical registries as well as developed and validated registry-based performance measures for quality reporting and research. Prior to that, Joseph held senior director positions at Inovalon, where his contributions ranged from managing strategic application of EHR initiative capabilities to support expansion of ACO and HIE capabilities within the organization and consulting with professional societies in designing, implementing, and maintaining clinical registries.

Joseph has an AA in nursing from Montgomery College and is a registered nurse.

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