Our CEO is a named a "40 under Forty"

Our CEO was recently selected as an ABQ Business First "40 Under Forty" and talks about her love of all things spooky!

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Angelica Bruhnke
Co-founder & CEO
Versatile MED Analytics 
Age: 33

Tell us about your employer and the role you play for them. 

I am the co-founder and CEO of Versatile MED Analytics, a women-owned health care analytics startup dedicated to advancing the use of technology and data to improve the lives of patients, health care providers and health organizations facing increasing industry and social challenges. We do this by helping our clients learn how and when to use the data they have to make smart business decisions. Incorporating data in new ways allows our clients to provide better care for the communities they serve, remain profitable in a demanding and changing landscape, and identify more effective ways to operate in the era of big data. 

Our company is an outspoken advocate for independent practice, health information exchange and telehealth, and we support community physicians, tech and biomedical companies, and health plans that are tasked with managing our state’s most vulnerable Medicaid members. Nationally, we serve similar kinds of health care organizations, plus home health, mobile tech and consultancies or health care vendors who share our mission of making an impact on how the industry uses data and technology. 

Being a business owner requires that I wear 101 different hats besides serving our clients, with my responsibilities centered around strategy, operations and finance.

What is something that would surprise people to know about you?

I am a horror aficionado. From being a lover of Steven King novels to watching any horror film that comes out to being a devout “Walking Dead” fangirl, I love anything and everything related to a good spook.

What’s one thing you’ve crossed off your bucket list?

Visiting one of the most haunted small towns in America. I had the spooktacular experience of doing this when I went on a ghost tour in Alton, Illinois.

 

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