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Ashley Singleton

Ashley is a Market Analyst specializing in Healthcare Payer and Insurance BPS.

Ashley's current project is Healthcare Payer Transformation.

Ashley joined NelsonHall in 2020, bringing over 5 years' experience with healthcare service providers and healthcare payers. Previously, Ashley was responsible for the market research and plan design of Medicare Advantage plans for a health payer. Her experience also includes research analysis for health payer business procurement, business process improvement, and healthcare ambulatory management.

Ashley holds a Masters in Public Health, Healthcare Management from the University of Texas Health Science Center, a BS in Public Health from the Ohio State University, and is Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt certified.

Outside of work, Ashley enjoys hiking and biking with her husband and dog when the Texas weather permits. Ashley also enjoys travel and coffee, with the goal of combining these interests to travel as far as possible and try new cafés along the way!

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  • COVID-19: Driving a New Normal for Healthcare, A Cognizant POV

    Oct 13, 2020, by Ashley Singleton

    Digital front doors and transparency a new normal for healthcare? U.S. healthcare is no stranger to an environment of continuous change and has not been spared the effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic in 2020. The unique circumstances born from the need for social distancing during the pan[...]

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