Springbuk Announces Promotion, Hires

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Springbuk has promoted Amy Brown (pictured) to vice president of health intelligence. She started with the company in 2017 as head of applied analytics and was promoted within a year to senior director of health intelligence. Prior to Springbuk, Brown was a founding member of Truven/IBM Watson Health Emerging Analytics practice and a listed inventor for two patent-pending analytic methodologies.

Tom Futch (pictured) has been appointed vice president of global sales. With nearly 30 years of experience in sales, marketing and business development, he has a proven track record of leading global brands, including Sonos Smart Glasses, Weight Watchers and Johnson & Johnson, in achieving their sales growth objectives.

Anne Fischer has been hired as senior director of health intelligence, bringing over 20 years of experience in the healthcare information technology industry to the Springbuk team. She previously served as senior director of emerging analytics for IBM Watson Health, leading the transition of a former Truven Analytics team of data scientists, business analysts and clinicians to create the new Watson Health value-based care emerging analytics team. Fischer’s additional professional background includes Truven Health Analytics, Thomson Reuters and Thomson Healthcare, formerly The Medstat Group.

Also, Jeanne Stemland has been named a clinical product strategist, bringing more than 20 years of experience to the team. She is experienced in solving problems through the application of data mining, analytics and customer insights using her combined business, marketing and clinical background. Prior to launching her own firm, Stemland spent 16 years at Eli Lilly and Co.

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