Mary Ann has over 25 years of experience in working with complex healthcare datasets, reimbursement, health economics, and health policy. She has authored over forty publications on the economic impact of medical technologies. Ms. Clark serves as a member of the National Quality Forum’s Steering Committee on Cost and Resource Use Measures. She provides the vision for Intralign’s analytics product portfolio by designing business intelligence tools and consulting services to help hospitals control orthopedic costs and improve quality for real sustainable change.
Before joining Intralign, Mary Ann was a Partner at the Neocure Group, where she developed the company’s data analytics services and products offerings and provided health economics research and reimbursement consulting to medical device manufacturers. Prior to Neocure, she was a Vice President at Burgess Group, a software firm specializing in Medicare claims pricing. She spent 8 years at Boston Scientific as a Director of Reimbursement and Health Economics, where she influenced Medicare reimbursement and product adoption for various medical technologies by designing and implementing strategies that demonstrated product clinical and economic value. Early in her career, Mary Ann was a member of the Harvard research team that developed the RBRVS payment system used as the basis of Medicare physician payment today.
Ms. Clark holds a Masters of Health Administration from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs and a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry from Indiana University.
Specialties: Medicare reimbursement policy, Medicare data, health economics, claims database research, software product development, medical device reimbursement.