Mandy Asgeirsson works with BRG’s Health Analytics practice and provides consulting services to healthcare clients and their counsel related to damages calculations, government investigations, and buy-side private equity deals. She works with publicly available Medicare data and private, internal, or electronic medical records data sets to benchmark clients against peers.
Ms. Asgeirsson’s work often involves managing the analysis of large sets of data to identify trends for clients or create damages models. Much of her work has focused on short-term acute care hospitals, inpatient psychiatric facilities, and post-acute care hospital systems (including skilled nursing facilities, inpatient rehabilitation facilities, long-term acute care, home health agencies, and hospice). She has also worked with physician groups, contract therapists, and specialty facilities. She has experience working with payers, and particularly Medicare Advantage (MA) plans, which she assists in investigations related to risk adjustment and submission of diagnosis codes to CMS. She uses complex data analyses in the investigation and litigation space, with outputs such as damages calculations and analyses for expert reports. In the advisory space, she uses these analytics to present trends and identify potential issues or red flags.
George Washington University, Milken Institute School of Public Health
MPH, Health Policy, 2011
George Washington University
BA, Psychology, 2009
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