Deb Gage is a proven business transformer, having built her career as an entrepreneur founding and leading healthcare technology companies, including operational and leadership experience in start-up and growth businesses in the analytics, financial and clinical sectors of healthcare IT.
She was an early team member at Truven Healthcare (then MEDSTAT), and then became CEO of several venture-backed healthcare IT firms including SolutionPoint®, Inc., a provider of database management and decision support software products for hospitals and integrated delivery systems; GTESS Corporation, a SaaS-provider of claims automation solutions for health care payers; and RosettaMed (acquired by Kryptiq), an electronic medical record patient intake application.
Now, as president and CEO at Medecision, Deb oversees the company’s mission to lead the digital transformation of healthcare through consumer engagement solutions that help health plans and care delivery organizations manage and care for their members, patients and caregivers.
Under her leadership, Medecision has transformed from its beginnings as a powerful care management workflow engine for health plans, into a market-leading provider of big data, visualization, workflow and engagement solutions, as noted by Gartner and IDC. In 2019, Medecision acquired GSI Health, a SaaS provider of workflow, engagement and compliance solutions and related services. The company’s Health Coordinator platform is used by some of the nation’s leading health systems to coordinate and optimize value-based care for more than one million beneficiaries, often operating under Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) programs.
In 2017, the company acquired a boutique consulting business (Aveus) to help the company’s clients transform their own models and operations. The same year, Medecision acquired the AxisPoint Health platform business, including more than 50 new clients.
Deb serves on the board of directors of the Grand Canyon Conservancy.
Deb is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan Ross School of Business (go Blue!).