Jim McEvoy has 10 years of experience in delivering a variety of HIT and data analytics solutions as a vendor for the Department of Health and Human Services in the State of Michigan.
He has managed projects with the Department of Health and Human Services to develop web-based enrollment tools, federal reporting tools, and data warehousing strategies for the department's 1915(c) waivers, Health Home projects, Autism State Plan Amendment, and Home & Community Based Services projects. Jim has been the subject matter expert for Michigan's pharmacy data warehousing strategy and has been responsible for managing inbound data loads, pharmacy encounter processing and extracts to health plans, and Michigan's Fee-for-Service Pharmacy Benefits Manager. He also had the privilege of serving as the project manager for the CareConnect360 web application. This tool is responsible for delivering Medicaid claims and encounters information to a diverse user audience including health plans, community mental health agencies, health home providers and foster care workers.
During his tenure at HMA, Jim has focused on blending policy and operational knowledge and analytics to produce solutions that inform decision-making for a variety of payer, provider, government and non-profit clients. He has appreciated the opportunity to act as the principal data analytics and technology consultant for the Institute on Addiction because addiction requires complex and thoughtful solutions that blend policy, operational and analytics solutions.
Jim earned his bachelor's degree from Michigan State University and his master’s degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan.
Jim lives in the Lansing, MI area with his wife and three children, except for when they’re out camping, which is most of the summer.