Dan Walsh, MS
Founder and Principal Partner – email@example.com
Dan is a founding partner of Concord Analytics, LLC. A seasoned data scientist with 10 years in the healthcare sector, Dan earned his masters in data science and analytics at the University of New Hampshire. Prior to founding the firm, Dan worked in private healthcare business and operational consulting. From 2013 to 2017, Dan founded and coordinated the New Hampshire Med Bank, New Hampshire’s only charitable pharmacy which collected and dispensed over $300,000 in medications to patients who could not afford their medications throughout the state. Dan managed this program along with working on other healthcare projects at the Foundation for Healthy Communities.
Dan completed his Master’s in Biophysics and Physiology at Georgetown University and has 4 years of pharmaceutical research experience in the fields of orthopaedic and cardiovascular research at Georgetown, UC Davis, and Cornell. After years of work in the research and healthcare sectors, Dan came to a crossroad in deciding how to focus his passion for healthcare more deeply. After being accepted to Tulane Medical School and the University of New Hampshire’s Master’s in Analytics program, Dan decided his heart and energies aligned more with the burgeoning field of data science. Dan now focuses on providing in-depth analyses and strategic recommendations for all industries while also growing the firm’s Healthcare Analytics branch.
Dan is a native of Concord, New Hampshire but has lived and worked around the country before establishing Concord Analytics. When not working, he is an avid slackliner, rock climber, and paraglider. He also enjoys spending time with his family, playing tennis, snowboarding, traveling, and being outdoors.
Caroline Lavoie, MS
Founder and Principal Partner – firstname.lastname@example.org
Caroline is a founding partner of Concord Analytics, LLC. After earning her BA from Miami University in Public Administration and History, Caroline moved to Rochester, New York and worked in several non-profits including a healthcare facility that served the uninsured in the community. There she served as Practice Manager before leading the transition from paper charts to Electronic Health Record. She was exposed to the strengths and weaknesses of our healthcare industry, and formed a passion for health and the improvement of care through data analytics.
At the University of New Hampshire, Caroline worked on health data including a summer project focused on insurance plans offered through the Affordable Care Act and a practicum project with Martin’s Point HealthCare. Her masters work strengthened her belief that the utilization of analytics can bring substantial, lasting, and positive change to healthcare.
In her free time, Caroline loves to read, travel, and go hiking with her husband, Joe. She is greatly enjoying exploring her beautiful new home state!